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HLJames

Buckeye, Arizona to Napa, California

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MSE 2 Arizona, California

ORBX Buckeye Municipal Airport

Carenado V 35 Bonanza

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8 hours ago, jt8d9a said:

Great shots!

Thanks very much for commenting!

6 hours ago, Cactus521 said:

Glad to see you visiting my old hometown of Napa!

John

Appreciate the comment.....love the approach...the mud flats, the golf course, the clutter!

HLJAMES

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A friend of mine, who has now passed on, gained fame as an aerial photographer.  He was known for his photographs of the mud flats.  He was the first pilot to hand over control of an aircraft to me, in his famed brushed aluminum Cessna.  On another flight, he took me up so I could take pictures of the mudflats and complimented me on my photographs.  I was told by other pilots that he almost never invited others to fly with him, but a friend and I washed his aircraft and he awarded us with his flights.  Sadly MSE doesn't show the mudflats, but they do display the ones near San Jose.  Here's a link about Bill:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Garnett_(photographer)

John

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22 hours ago, Cactus521 said:

A friend of mine, who has now passed on, gained fame as an aerial photographer.  He was known for his photographs of the mud flats.  He was the first pilot to hand over control of an aircraft to me, in his famed brushed aluminum Cessna.  On another flight, he took me up so I could take pictures of the mudflats and complimented me on my photographs.  I was told by other pilots that he almost never invited others to fly with him, but a friend and I washed his aircraft and he awarded us with his flights.  Sadly MSE doesn't show the mudflats, but they do display the ones near San Jose.  Here's a link about Bill:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Garnett_(photographer)

John

Many thanks for commenting....Indeed a great photographer...he would have loved  Louisiana...it's like no other place on earth....VFR Generation X does professional water masking they do mud flats sand bars shallow water channeling and all UK beaches and shingle!

12 hours ago, woodhick said:

Nice one.  Thanks

Big thank you for comments!

8 hours ago, Phantom88 said:

Love that little V Tail

Huge thanks for comments....love the V tail!

HLJAMES

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On 10/1/2017 at 7:44 AM, Carlton1971 said:

Wonderful locations for cross country flying!

Thanks very much for commenting!

HLJAMES

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It's always amazing HLJames when you combine your wonderful scenery shots of the US with the V-Tailed Bonanza. This plane seems to be made for this country!

Regards,

Harald

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19 hours ago, HaraldG said:

It's always amazing HLJames when you combine your wonderful scenery shots of the US with the V-Tailed Bonanza. This plane seems to be made for this country!

Regards,

Harald

Appreciate the comment....love the Bonanza!

HLJAMES

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