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    The real artist in this picture is Charles Fontenot who built the flying art piece he named Ratbird. It was an amazing light show to watch fly at night.

    Explored Feb 26, 2009 #181

    #1 on Digg March 1, 2009

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    1. amanky 62 months ago | reply


    2. chmieliauskas [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

      thats a big WOW, very nice work!

    3. perfeet 62 months ago | reply

      Love it ! He must have taken off pretty quicky for an exposure of 2 secs. Neat with the curved takeoff too.

      Great work!

    4. Roundtoad 62 months ago | reply

      That's incredible! It must have been a sight to behold!

    5. Alex Dram 62 months ago | reply

      Impressive... ← understatement of course :)

    6. Salvatore Falcone 62 months ago | reply

      Wow! Great stuff!

    7. duane.schoon 62 months ago | reply

      This is crazy, I can't wait to see some pics of this flying around outside. Great work, awesome

    8. simon sherwin 59 months ago | reply

      Wow. And how did I miss this ? Amazing .. wonderful ...

    9. KP!!! 52 months ago | reply

      this picture is fantastic, clever and original!

    10. -t-u-n-a- 48 months ago | reply

      this is just amazing!

    11. TTYL8R 44 months ago | reply

      Wow!!! I want one!!!

    12. tackyshack 33 months ago | reply

      How on earth did I miss this?!?! More!

      On a side note, I have a pond and aim to get a remote control boat sometime soon. I figure the reflection should work a treat for light boat painting.

    13. kh-photos ~ Kurt ~ 19 months ago | reply

      Awesome capture! I love this. Looks like a lot of fun as well.

    14. Lathkill96 16 months ago | reply

      pleased to be the 80,000th viewer of this amazing photo.

    15. Scott Alan McClurg 8 months ago | reply

      This photo is realy great. Please add it to my new group, RC Night Flying:

    16. ChiChad1 7 months ago | reply

      Excellent! Exactly what I would have expected with these!!

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