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It would help to the overall composition of this photo if the tail would d be included.

Written on 08/19/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Mis-identified aircraft...certainly not a 767. Can someone ID this aircraft? Great photo!

Written on 08/20/2014 by Peter Blouin


Written on 08/15/2014 by Guido Warnecke

What do you want to tell the viewers of the flightaware photo section with this photo?

Written on 08/19/2014 by Guido Warnecke

great work.. what exactly is this photo showing...?

Written on 08/19/2014 by Guido Warnecke

There are several tele-lenses available in the market that enable you to take photos from objects (e.g. airplanes) that are in a certain distance...

Written on 08/19/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Oshkosh is fun!

Written on 07/25/2014 by Guido Warnecke

I hope Juan gets the message.

Written on 03/10/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Thank you. I've been photographing the Tbirds for years and always like it when I get one that stands out.

Written on 03/10/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Such a great aircraft. Your photo hurts!

Written on 08/11/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Very very bad.

Written on 08/11/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Image Captured, April 29, 2014. Presented Gallery wrap copy of this print to ALASKA at KSJC, May 20, 2014, Measures 16 X 30 .. May be on the wall in the KSJC Alaska Lost Baggage Office

Written on 05/20/2014 by Clement [email protected]

A very nice tree.

Written on 08/19/2014 by Guido Warnecke


Written on 07/24/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Great shot.

Written on 02/21/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

This is a Cessna Citation not at Cessna 402 twin engine prop plane.

Written on 02/28/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Thank you.

Written on 03/12/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I agree. There's a whole lot of junk and mediocre images uploaded to this site. Some people seem to do wholesale 'dumping' of photos regardless of quality. They get a high number of posts because they just upload whatever they take, good or bad, mostly bad.

Written on 03/10/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

This 747 is going to have a hard time landing; it's landing uphill.

Written on 03/16/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Lucky dog! A chance to fly in a B-25 AND fly alongside a P-40.

Written on 03/10/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I'm not sure why this one was given a water salute, but a plane will often be given the salute when the pilot is on his last flight before retiring. This one could have been for that reason or maybe because the aircraft was being retired.

Written on 04/03/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

This F-15 seems to be rolling downlhill.

Written on 03/30/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Winter ops

Written on 06/08/2014 by Guido Warnecke

And this plane is a what? It was taken where? Taken when? Airshow, flight test?

Written on 05/12/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Edwards Fire Truck test...

Written on 11/03/2013 by Peter Blouin

Nice! Great colors on that plane.

Written on 09/17/2013 by MAKPilot718

Temco TT-1 pinto used by us navy

Written on 07/13/2015 by sam kuminecz

Luscombe 8E

Written on 08/07/2014 by Jeff Lawson

Pilatus P2 in Japanese markings. Interesting

Written on 01/19/2017 by sam kuminecz

This is the actual plane A6-EEK that landed as UAE 434 in the Brisbane

Written on 10/01/2013 by Paraic Dooley

Who wants to see this????

Written on 07/12/2018 by Guido Warnecke

Heat haze.

Written on 09/17/2013 by concord977

This looks more like a helicopter than a Cessna 402 twin engine airplane.

Written on 02/28/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Very good photo.

Written on 03/02/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Sure looks like one to me.

Written on 04/30/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I agree. It's not necessary to post every-single-snap of the shutter, especially when 99% of it is terrible and should have been deleted. It's absolutely ridiculous to post 74 snapshots of the same plane on approach and takeoff. These are terrible images and a waste of time and space on FlightAware's storage space.

Written on 03/12/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Alamo1000 - thanks. I use a Nikon D800.

Written on 11/03/2013 by concord977

Really another bad photo with no contribution to the flightaware tracking website.

Written on 03/09/2014 by Guido Warnecke

the business end of General Electric CF6-80 series engines

Written on 12/18/2013 by blueashflyer

Why Boeing Why!!!!

Written on 02/01/2014 by NickFlightX

and if there is n auto-focus switch on your camera... put in in the position "ON".

Written on 08/21/2014 by Guido Warnecke

This user is known for this. He stole 25 of one photographer's images and more of other photographers. Most have been removed by staff.

Written on 03/10/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Awesome picture!

Written on 03/21/2019 by Kobe Hunte

The CAP does a great work to bring the youth closer to aviation!

Written on 03/22/2014 by Guido Warnecke

Thanks clif...I noticed the white bandit in the background and then noticed the bigger prize behind it

Written on 09/13/2015 by sam kuminecz

Amen the that and thanks!

Written on 03/22/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

I actually did recognize it as a P-51 but it still should have been identified when posted as well as just a little detail behind the photo. I agree with a no or low vote with the lack of any commentary.

Written on 05/12/2014 by Jimmy Robinson

Outstanding Photo, where was this taken?

Written on 04/17/2014 by Joe Daniel

Ron Harper - GPS the address I've pasted below. It will get you within 100 feet of the location. It's a street that dead ends against the airport's fence. Plane-spotters are strongly advised to call KIAH Airport Operations to "check in" with them. Tell them you're at "Rankin Road" and they'll ask you a few questions.

2501 Rankin Road
Houston, TX 77032

Written on 01/23/2014 by concord977

Nice of the crew to greet the spotter!

Written on 08/23/2014 by Guido Warnecke


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