Monthly Archives: August 2011
Came across this video of a rather interesting 777 landing. I assume it is genuine and not some happy bit of video creation by someone. Anyway, thought I would share it with those that haven’t seen it before.
Was flipping through the Dew Line blog on Flight International’s website and came across this video of the SU-35 displaying at MAKS in Moscow. Some interesting maneuvers in there! Maybe makes up for those how went to see the PAK-FA … Continue reading
The Air and Water Show, here in Chicago, has been a regular for me since moving here – and why wouldn’t it be when I can actually walk to the show!? This year, though, I was not so inspired. The … Continue reading
After a bit of a false start this week, I did a short job for a local company in partnership with some people I have worked with before. This job was to get some aerial shots of a tractor factory … Continue reading
Aside from the visit to the zoo in Indy, we also too the opportunity to look around some of the city center. We were staying close to the canal and the capitol in the downtown area so were able to … Continue reading
While I was out visiting the Airship Ventures people and preparing the article mentioned in a previous post, I also shot a bit of video. Here is a little footage.
Previously I showed the pictures of Kalina, the baby elephant. Indy Zoo has plenty of other things to see. It is not a large zoo but it is nicely laid out and has a good selection of things to see. … Continue reading
For those of you of a certain age – i.e. my age – there was one film for you if you liked aviation. Admittedly not a classic from an acting perspective but lots of lovely planes. If so, you might … Continue reading
Again you are going to receive an abbreviated post that is directing you to another location for the fuller story. In this case, it is a piece I have put together for Global Aviation Resource. The topic is the Zeppelin … Continue reading