Sunday afternoon flying at Kolb was amazing. Marcus Kolb had just brought some new horses in to the field so we were to remain clear. I think we did for a few minutes, but the horses did fine and he didn't holler at us. :) My fixed wing flying buddy Mark also came out today to watch us PPG fly. He'll be starting lessons in a month or so and wanted to see us doin' our thing. He brought along his camera and boy am I glad he did. I had no idea what a photographer he was becuase I've never heard him mention photography and we've probably got 50 or more hours in the plane together on various cross country flights. Anyway, he sent me a bunch of the photos he took and they turned out great. I especially liked the first photo (upper left) where he made the photo black and white and then restored the colors in the wing. How cool.
Loving the Pictures Taking Too. I tried doing the same with another one of his pictures but as you'll see the workmanship isn't quite there yet on my part. It's amazing what one can do with a bit of time and patience. Hope you like them. You can click on either one of them to enlarge the photos.
Down at the bottom is my video of my Sunday flying. The wind was calm and the temps warm enough to allow 2000' foot flying and not freeze. Thansk for stoppin' in. Ya'll be particular.