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Very colorful Los Angeles Basin....love the big Beechcraft!

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Cactus521,

Hello again.

I have to add my praise to these shots and comments.

I do have a query though and I am intrigued .. here goes

Photo 8 has a smudge??? on the left hand side top of the fuselage at the base of the vertical stabiliser...

Photo 10 it is on the right hand side, same spot ...

Photo 11 and 12, it is back on the left hand side. 

On reflection, I think it may well be a distorted shadow (looks strange, but still maybe a shadow) and would really only appear if you were flying at or about midday with the sun directly overhead.

I have no idea what it is, nor do I know what the hell drew my attention to it, but once noticed, I couldn't let it go. This is not a criticism as I thought the shots were really great and worthy of positive comment.

Any ideas guys?

Regards

Tony

 

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19 minutes ago, himmelhorse said:

Cactus521,

Hello again.

I have to add my praise to these shots and comments.

I do have a query though and I am intrigued .. here goes

Photo 8 has a smudge??? on the left hand side top of the fuselage at the base of the vertical stabiliser...

Photo 10 it is on the right hand side, same spot ...

Photo 11 and 12, it is back on the left hand side. 

On reflection, I think it may well be a distorted shadow (looks strange, but still maybe a shadow) and would really only appear if you were flying at or about midday with the sun directly overhead.

I have no idea what it is, nor do I know what the hell drew my attention to it, but once noticed, I couldn't let it go. This is not a criticism as I thought the shots were really great and worthy of positive comment.

Any ideas guys?

Regards

Tony

 

I think it's the time of day I had set for these shots and the play of the shadows on the aircraft, I tend to fly with bright overhead sun.

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John,

Just me chasing totally irrelevancies I guess. They were intriguing though and certainly did not retract from your good work.

Cheers mate and keep em coming.

Regards

Tony 

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