Lit up Rocks
A Kalitta DC9 waiting for freight as the sun sets lighting up the Zapalinamé Mountains in Saltillo, Mexico
The second to last 727 ever built.
Taking a break from it all and enjoying the Mexican scenery.
Kyle Franklin's new Waco
The legendary Dale Snodgrass performing a low pass in the Black Diamond Jet Team's Mig-15
The only FAA 121 Seaplane operator, leaving the Christiansted Harbor Seaplane Base.
Parts of an old Lone Star Convair sitting around the old Port Isabel Tower.
An abandoned Zantop Electra rotting away at Willow Run's Hangar 2 - a crumbling WWII bomber plant.
One Morning in Mexico
Watching a company 72 land from the door of its matching plane...together two, of the last three 727's built.
One of N70AL's last flights before undergoing a full restoration. Follow their progress here: https://www.facebook.com/Rednerturbinegoose
A Super27 breaking up monotony that is American Airlines MD-80's at Dallas/Fort Worth.
It didn't have the flight path to enter the Solar Eclipse, but the sky was still lit up nicely.
A Cirrus departing Pontiac Airport during the height of the Oct. 23 Solar Eclipse.
A heavily used Freightliners Beech 99 in Laredo.
Built in1966, this JetStar is still going strong, with no plans of retirement.
The first production Honda Jet
After the Rain
Getting ready to leave on a late night flight, the rain holding off just long enough to snap this photo.
The Yankee Air Museum's B-25
The word's only McDonnell 220 - the coolest business jet ever.
Turning jet fuel into smoke and noise.