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Nov 11, 2008 10:10 |  #1

Oldies... shot with my Canon D30 about 900 years ago.

Shot from about 39,000 feet at roughly 520mph :D

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This one was shot from Colorado Springs. This was the back yard of the business I was working with that week.

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Note the two planes flying. One is attached by robe to the other. Click the following link for a better view.
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This one isn't much to see but I like the layers so clam up. :)
Again, shot from a commercial jet headed over the Rockies.

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Nov 11, 2008 10:32 |  #2

I really like the last one! Very subtle..looks like a watercolor


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Nov 11, 2008 10:53 |  #3

I painted it myself... no wait. :) Thanks.


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Nov 11, 2008 11:07 |  #4

00dahc wrote in post #6665550 (external link)
This one isn't much to see but I like the layers so clam up. :)
Again, shot from a commercial jet headed over the Rockies.

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Isn't much to see????
LOVE it! So subtle, filled with mood.......


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Nov 12, 2008 17:10 |  #5

The planes are attached b/c the back plane is actually a glider. The front plane tows it to a certain altitude and then it rides the currents back down. Pretty fun b/c the pilot will actually let you fly it too.

Great shots by the way. The first and the last one are spectacular in my opinion.

Keep up the good work.

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Nov 13, 2008 04:51 |  #6

love the last image...amazing shot..

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Nov 13, 2008 11:46 |  #7

jrader wrote in post #6674878 (external link)
The planes are attached b/c the back plane is actually a glider. The front plane tows it to a certain altitude and then it rides the currents back down. Pretty fun b/c the pilot will actually let you fly it too.

Great shots by the way. The first and the last one are spectacular in my opinion.

Keep up the good work.

John

Yep. There was an Air Force base down and to the left(if I had a wider lens :D)


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