A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
The blur of the airport lights looks very artistic and I like the way the photo is divided by the black ground and then the glowing, orange sky. Great composition.Hard to imagine that it is almost October and the temperature is still HOT. Come on Autumn we're looking forward to some cooler temps. :)
I hear you are having a hot spell. It's even big news up here in the Pacific Northwest. That's a very interesting shot of the lights and plane. Those little puddle jumpers can get pretty hot inside for sure. - Margy
That seems yet another step up in proficiency for your son. What on earth is left??
What a great shot this is.
Thank you all. The shot is one of those lucky ones - just keep shooting and something comes out good.Linda - just high school and getting good grades! He needs to do some book learning for his flying too.
Wow, you had your camera at the right time and right place.Wonderful.....Welcome to Art Challenge... You are listed on my side bar at My Art Blog.
Super, super shot. I am a sissy in little planes, but enjoy your photos of them!!
The fact that this is Ian landing is just gravy on top of just a WONDERFUL shot. I love the feeling of speed you've created panning his plane coming in. The colors are delicious, and I can feel that hot night air right through the image. Super!-Kim
Fabulous!!! And fabulous son too!!!
That is amazing, I had never heard of that kind of engine problems in airplanes. I am glad the plane landed safely!
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