ETIQUETTE AT THE AIRPORT…


When flying as a pilot, one must always respect the landing and take-off style of others. Let’s face it, some pilots are just better than others. Sometimes you experience that wonderful, gentle landing…other times your glasses fall off and your dentures fall out from the impact of the landing. Some pilots make graceful turns, others have you laying on your side and getting to know the person in the next seat much more personally than you’d like to.

PUT YOUR LANDING GEAR DOWN NOW!!!!!!! all rights reserved.
PUT YOUR LANDING GEAR DOWN NOW!!!!!!!
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I'M COMING!, I'M COMING!..GET OUT OF THE WAY! all rights reserved.
I’M COMING!, I’M COMING!..GET OUT OF THE WAY!
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A LITTLE BIT TOO MUCH LEANING TO THE LEFT...THOSE POOR PASSENGERS! all rights reserved.
A LITTLE BIT TOO MUCH LEANING TO THE LEFT…THOSE POOR PASSENGERS!
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23 thoughts on “ETIQUETTE AT THE AIRPORT…

  1. Great shots of course and … comments – brilliant. *smile – you have so colorful birds over there, just like Bob has in SA – the most colorful bird we have .. is the male standard duck *laughing

  2. What magnificent captures… tell me .. how many photos do you discard as not good enough to use.??.. percentage is good enough..

      1. I recently talked to a photographer.. (semi pro) who says out of 200 photos he might take in a day he could only end up keeping 5 or 6.. seeing as he was a pro, I wondered if your stats were the same…

        1. It’s really hard for me to say. Some days, say when I’m at the rookery in Florida, I might end up with 10 that I’d keep…images are plentiful and once I get into a rhythm things seem to fall into place. With the horses, maybe 3 or 4 in an afternoon. With the Blue Jays it varies quite a lot…everyday is so different. I keep way more than I should, so I give it a few days, go back and look at them and start eliminating a LOT of the ones that I thought were good the first day.

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