Midnight Flight Engineer
A 727 flight engineer prepares the plane for the descent.
Waiting on Customs
Watching sunset as the clouds roll below the mountain. Palos Verdes, California.
Formerly the Texas School Book Depository, follow the "No Buses" sign up to the sixth floor - the window from which Lee Harvey Oswald killed President John F. Kennedy.
The secretive older and faster brother to the Blackbird. Flown exclusively by the CIA, the Air Force wasn't happy, and the program was shut down in 1968 - yet nobody knew the thing existed until the 1980's.
California Science Center
Vancouver Seaplane Terminal
Taking a break at KAMN.
Both of the Taylor's nearly identical father/son Widgeons always look fresh out of the the factory.
San Francisco Ops
Point Vicente Lighthouse
Palos Verdes Estates Shoreline Preserve
Landslide prone areas = lots of open space. The Final mansions still standing started getting taken down earlier this month.
There was an event in the city that I wanted to go to, but then I remembered how much I hate going to the city. A sunset hike close to home proved to be more enjoyable.
The Yankee Air Museum's B-25
A Canadian CF-18 sporting the special 75th Anniversary of the Battle Of Britain paint, a throwback to the Spitfires and Hurricanes of WWII. They even painted guns in the leading edge of the wing.
15+ foot waves today at The Wedge. Unfortunately there is a ban against all flotation devices most of the day, most of the year. Just a lot of bodysurfers while I was there.
Sea Fury Aerobatics