2010s Alaska Airlines Bombardier Q400 Commercial Aircraft Crosses in Front of EAA’s 1920s Ford Tri-Motor Commercial Aircraft. Santa Rosa Airport February 4, 2017
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Category: aircraft, American History, design, Photography, Uncategorized Tagged: 1920s, aircraft, airplanes, Alaska Airlines, California, classic, commercial, EAA, flying, Ford Tri-Motor, Photography, ramp, Santa Rosa, tarmack, Timothy S. Allen
Nice, Tim! Great title. Almost looks snowy. Brrr!
Hi Rawls, Thank you. I had to do some digging to find the names of aircraft. I did play in post-production. The snowy interpretation is an interesting one. Playing with the dehaze feature in Lightroom may have contributed to that feeling.
I love the Tri-Mot ! Thanks for sharing this, Tim!
It is quite a plane. I only wish that I’d had more flexibility to move around the aircraft but that was not allowed.
I saw one up close in the Ford Museum in Detroit! Awesome aircraft!
It sure looked that way from about 20 meters out. I’ve heard that the Ford Museum is excellent.
The museum is awesome and well worth a visit, when you are in the area!
No plans to get there now but who knows. Opportunities happen all the time. Thank you for the suggestion.
Here is the link to my photos from the historic Trip-Motor in the Henry Ford Museum. It is the plane Richard Byrd flew across the South Pole in 1928.
I did look and thank you Marcus for honoring me. That is most thoughtful.
You are very welcome, and you deserve the credit as I really admire your work!
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