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Flying over the New River Gorge in a 1940 Stearman Biplane. This was taken with a GoPro Black 3+ that was mounted to the strut
In their Flying Machienes!!....IWM Duxford, Sept 2014
Hi... self portrait in the spinner of a very fine Stearman.
1980: Vintage biplane at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome - Rhinebeck, NY (hi-res scan of 35mm color slide,original photo by hhbrill)
Video on Youtube: youtu.be/P0B3qwiI1Iw
Explore Florida Uruguay, Jesuits Route
Taken at Breighton Airfield, the moody clouds in the background set up a great backdrop for the photo.
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Beautifully kept plane at the small air strip in Camas, WA - Photo Art
A bordo do Stearman em um voo em Campo Largo. Uma experiência inédita e maravilhosa. Muito obrigado ao cmte. Eduardo Haupt pelo voo e pela parceria.
On board the Stearman in a flight over Campo Largo city. An outstanding experience. Special thanks to captain Eduardo Haupt for this flight and friendship.
Membury Airfield is located between Swindon and Newbury just by the M4 in England. The airfield was built in 1942 and used by the USAAF and the RAF until 1947.
Why Droopy Loopy...No...Not because, well, it looks pretty loopy
Droopy - the obvious flexibility of the wings. An issue for inexperienced pilots when taking off on anything but a clear smooth runway.
Loopy - It's not fast - those flexible serrated wings prevent it from reaching any sort of high speed compared to their opponents, despite fitting it with a powerful motor and the new fangled tri-blade propeller. But, with that torquey drive train and those wings; it can literally do controlled flops and flips that an enemy just can't follow. Once behind an opponent, the heavy machine gun (13mm} mounted centrally in the nose soon wipes any smirk ( from seeing this outrageous looking fighter at first ) off their face very quickly.
Holga camera with Fuji Provia 100F film, cross-processed. Florida State Fair, Tampa.
Four-spotted chaser. That blue-grey background was the very still water of a small lake on a cloudy day...
Seen in the nature-sanctuary "Tister Bauernmoor" near Sittensen (between Bremen and Hamburg) - Niedersachsen - Germany.
Vierfleck. Der blaugraue Hintergrund war das sehr ruhige Wasser eines kleinen Sees an einem bedeckten Tag...
Gesehen im Naturschutzgebiet "Tister Bauernmoor" bei Sittensen (zwischen Bremen und Hamburg) - Niedersachsen.
Had some spare wood laying around and I hate to throw wood away so I made this. With all the wind last night it was really flying but going no place.
Richard Goodwin's Pitts Special aerobatic biplane displaying at RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day 2015, Somerset, England.
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An aviation pioneer of local Fresno area renown, Fred Mazzie, at the controls of a vintage biplane.
John Walker/Fresno Bee
A Morning Photography Adventure
Today I left my house at 8:30 and drove 5 minutes to a small air strip on the other side of town which was holding an annual event called the Biplane Expo. During this event, hundreds of biplanes (which date from the early 20th century) fly in from around the United States. This is the largest event of its kind in the US, despite the small size of my town and airport. The skies above were filled and the fields surrounding the airport were lined with these meticulously maintained aircraft.
After exhausting every conceivable photo opportunity -- each plane by itself, rows of planes lined up side-by-side, planes taking off, flying overhead, and landing -- at 10:00 I drove across town for my favorite Saturday breakfast at a local restaurant. On the way home, I noticed out of the corner of my eye an abandoned lot covered with what most people would consider weeds. There I find even more photo opportunities than at the Biplane Expo. I spend a full hour and a half in the fields, finding butterflies and gorgeous flowers. I returned home at 11:45, thrilled with the success of my morning photography adventure.
Given to me by Mrs.Frank George of Whitchurch, Bucks in the 1960/70's. Marksgallery1961 tells me that this is an Armstrong-Whitworth FK8 which was last in a batch of 200 built by Angus Sanderson & co. in Newcastle.