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Saturday, 22 August 2009 21:44

Airshow skies turn gray?  A lull in the action?  Need some fresh photo ideas?  Don't give up!  Examine the details!

Rivet in the fuselage of a red plane, which is also also reflecting yellow and purple from a nearby plane.
A graphic design in primary colors, found on the elevator on a homebuilt airplane.
Surfaces reflect not only their own color, but also colors of surfaces near them. A rivet in the fuselage of a red airplane is surrounded by purples and yellows reflected from a plane parked next to it. When airshow skies turn gray and drab, turn the camera to explore the exciting life in the details.

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An abstract in primary colors, found on the left elevator of a 2009 Acro Cubby homebuilt airplane at 2009 EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, WI.

This photo is a new addition to my gallery.

Organic colors of oxidation on an exhaust tube and clamp on an antique airplane.
A study of the organic colors of the oxidation on the exhaust system of an antique 1929 Waco ATO bi-plane.

Fine art prints of this image are available here.

Chain hooks stowed on a C-5 Galaxy cargo plane. The entire nose of this aircraft lifts for loading. This open front end, some 50 feet away, provided the soft illumination for this study.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 August 2010 23:37
 
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