From the layered Ice Fields of Greenland ...
comes "Glacier Girl"
EXIF A700 w/ TAMRON 200-500mm f/5-6.3 - Crop
@ 400mm - f/5.6 - 1/2000 sec. - ISO-400 - Shutter Priority - Spot Metering - AF-A(DMF)
EXIF A700 w/ TAMRON 200-500mm f/5-6.3
@ 200mm - f/4.5 - 1/2000 sec. - ISO-400 - Shutter Priority - Spot Metering - AF-A(DMF)
Yeah, this pilot was scanning the crowd, too. LOL Nothing like a front row seat ... unless your lens is too long.
This particular and rare P-38 has a history unlike any other and you would be amazed at how she came to fly ... again. Like a Phoenix-bird made from Ice, she again soars the skies.
They need clearance in the tower!
Well, my brother, in snapping candids, got this bunch of Canonites hanging out in one of the "Canon Towers."
Apparently Canon was renting lens to those who wanted to use them, as long as you plunked down your credit card. LOL So, what's new? I do that most of the time, anyway, and get stuck with the glass, because I do not want to bring it back, afterwards.
Can you imagine a $7500 EF 500mm f/4 IS USM? Holy CW! There's a back-breaker. :eek:
Hey, the guy with the Canon pocket P&S made me laugh! There's always one! The tower should really get him closer ...
Anyway, you can be sure they would have preferred to be atop this brand new CONTROL TOWER!
Unfortunately, on Saturday, very little for it to do, because not much was airborne, until 3:15PM ... except for this sky-icon:
which requires relatively little petrol fuel, but a lot of Helium gas to operate and stay aloft.