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Dec 27, 2022 07:56 |  #2851

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The God of War kisses Goddess of the Night.
The occulation of Mars this evening.

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Jan 02, 2023 15:34 |  #2852

Capn Jack wrote in post #19452997 (external link)
If that is near an airport, the pilot may have been practicing approaches to maintain instrument flying currency. Nice captures!

I'm told they did a flyover of the Eagles game, just not sure why they were doing a circuit that definitely was not going over the stadium. And not near enough to any military airports to explain it either.




  
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Jan 02, 2023 16:13 |  #2853

hobs1466 wrote in post #19462649 (external link)
I'm told they did a flyover of the Eagles game, just not sure why they were doing a circuit that definitely was not going over the stadium. And not near enough to any military airports to explain it either.

They could have been holding until it was time for their pass over the stadium.

Note that Eagles stadium is very nearly on the flight path to Philadelphia Airport (KPHL). Air traffic control (ATC) doesn't want them in the way of the two east-west runways. The stadium is oriented North-South, but is still close enough to runway 17-35 that ATC would like them elsewhere until it is time for their flyover. I'd like to know how the stadium, Air Force, and ATC coordinate the flyover, although Philly isn't a super busy airport. Their controllers are super nice.

McGuire AFB isn't very far, nor is Dover AFB. Practicing holds (the circuit) is part of maintaining currency for a pilot, so it's possible they were practicing- the flyover doesn't cost the taxpayer any more, in this case. The Yardley VOR and the GRIBL GPS waypoint are both close to there, convenient points for a holding pattern.

All just speculation on my part :-)




  
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Jan 02, 2023 18:24 |  #2854

Belted Kingfisher along the S. Platte River, Adams County, Colorado USA yesterday morning.

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Jan 02, 2023 18:32 |  #2855

Juvenile Bald Eagle along the S. Platte River in Adams County, Colorado USA yesterday.

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Jan 05, 2023 15:37 |  #2856

Wow!!! Nice find!! Those are not easy birds

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Jan 06, 2023 00:10 |  #2857

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Jan 07, 2023 08:01 as a reply to  @ markesc's post |  #2858

Thanks!


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Jan 09, 2023 18:07 |  #2859

I have had the 90D since it was released but got a R7 when it came out and love it, I had thought of trading the 90D on another R7, mainly so the controls are the same but the 90D is such a nice camera and HAS a battery grip so I am going to keep it and use it when I need power longer and also with my R7, each with a different lens.


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Jan 09, 2023 19:16 |  #2860

Capn Jack wrote in post #19462668 (external link)
They could have been holding until it was time for their pass over the stadium.

Note that Eagles stadium is very nearly on the flight path to Philadelphia Airport (KPHL). Air traffic control (ATC) doesn't want them in the way of the two east-west runways. The stadium is oriented North-South, but is still close enough to runway 17-35 that ATC would like them elsewhere until it is time for their flyover. I'd like to know how the stadium, Air Force, and ATC coordinate the flyover, although Philly isn't a super busy airport. Their controllers are super nice.

McGuire AFB isn't very far, nor is Dover AFB. Practicing holds (the circuit) is part of maintaining currency for a pilot, so it's possible they were practicing- the flyover doesn't cost the taxpayer any more, in this case. The Yardley VOR and the GRIBL GPS waypoint are both close to there, convenient points for a holding pattern.

All just speculation on my part :-)

Hell, out east nothing is too far from anything, right?


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Jan 09, 2023 19:48 |  #2861

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Hell, out east nothing is too far from anything, right?

That's so true! I guess the traffic makes the short distances seem further. :-)




  
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Jan 10, 2023 07:20 |  #2862

Capn Jack wrote in post #19462668 (external link)
They could have been holding until it was time for their pass over the stadium.

Note that Eagles stadium is very nearly on the flight path to Philadelphia Airport (KPHL). Air traffic control (ATC) doesn't want them in the way of the two east-west runways. The stadium is oriented North-South, but is still close enough to runway 17-35 that ATC would like them elsewhere until it is time for their flyover. I'd like to know how the stadium, Air Force, and ATC coordinate the flyover, although Philly isn't a super busy airport. Their controllers are super nice.

McGuire AFB isn't very far, nor is Dover AFB. Practicing holds (the circuit) is part of maintaining currency for a pilot, so it's possible they were practicing- the flyover doesn't cost the taxpayer any more, in this case. The Yardley VOR and the GRIBL GPS waypoint are both close to there, convenient points for a holding pattern.

All just speculation on my part :-)

Maybe, but if it was a holding pattern I think it was after the flyover since I live north of Philly (and the Linc) and the last time I saw it it was headed northeast. That heading could have been setting it up for an approach to McGuire, which is southeast of me, but most of the military traffic I see on an almost directly east heading. Just seemed odd, but no idea. As you say, speculation.




  
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Jan 10, 2023 11:07 |  #2863

Daylight moon with Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II + 1.4x TC, handheld. Not real crisp - humidity was at 85%.

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Jan 11, 2023 20:51 |  #2864

Really enjoying my new Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM on the 90D.

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Jan 16, 2023 05:18 |  #2865

Just bought a 90D, and tried the Tamron 70-200 2.8. I never could get a really sharp pic out of my 60D with this lens. But JPEGS SOOC with the 90D are great.

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