American Airlines landing at sunset at Palm Springs International Airport.
The full Moon rising in Palm Springs just above the horizon through clouds and haze.
Palm Springs Air Museum ride flights over the weekend. A T-6 “Texan” trainer and the P-51 Mustang “Bunny”.
Windmills in Palm Springs. Photographed back in January.
Flyovers for the July 4th weekend with the Palm Springs Air Museum. I went on one of them for the Independence Day celebration at Lake Arrowhead. On the return we flew over Big Bear Lake and Airport. For the other flyovers I ran the ground operations and shot some photos.
I came home the other day to find a bird party in my front yard. A foursome playing cards perhaps.
The view from my backyard of the July 4th fireworks in Palm Springs.
The takeoff, Palm Springs Air Museum C-47. Fun view with a 360° GoPro.
The P-51 Mustang “Bunny” taking off out of the Palm Springs Air Museum.
I really like this view. Coming into Palm Springs from the North, the Palm Springs Air Museum C-47. It takes a long lens shooting from our ramp at the Air Museum.
We had a really good looking visitor at the Palm Springs Air Museum today.
A fun feature shot this last Thursday at the Palm Springs Air Museum. Yes me in the red shirt in the beginning marshaling in the T-28. The guy on the right, Dad of Chloe, wearing my flight suit and helmet. Just click on the photo…
Last week at the Palm Springs Air Museum. That is me in the red shirt marshaling in a U.S. Navy EA-18G Growler for a visit. That was fun.
Yesterday a “Top Gun” timely visitor at the Palm Springs Air Museum. A Navy EA-18G Growler. This is the electronic warfare version of the F/A-18F Super Hornet. I must say it was very cool marshaling it in, doing the start-up for departure, and marshaling it out.
The Palm Springs Air Museum C-47 after we taxi’d in for a special event.
Two Aero L-159’s arriving at the Palm Springs Airport this past Friday.
So this time I wrestled a King Air from USMC Guardians HQ&HQ Squadron – Yuma into submission. At the Palm Springs Air Museum for a visit.
The Stearman at the Palm Springs Air Museum got a new engine. This was it’s first 30 minute run the other day. This airplane had belonged to Barron Hilton, son of Conrad Hilton the creator of Hilton Hotels. He was a very accomplished pilot and supporter of the world of aviation. We have always wondered if his granddaughter Paris Hilton ever flew in this airplane with him.
My backyard wildlife cam…
A World War II FM-2 Wildcat visiting us today at the Palm Springs Air Museum. Me in the red shirt.
There were six of them here today going past me at the Palm Springs Air Museum.
A United States Navy Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet. Another at an airshow I was just standing there.
One of those times at an airshow where I just happened to be right there.