Clouds and rain over Palm Springs yesterday. Time-lapse.
Some of the flying yesterday at the Palm Springs Air Museum. The P-51D Mustang “Man O’ War”, the C-47 Skytrain “What’s Up Doc?” and a PT-17 Stearman that was owned by Barron Hilton.
Clouds over Palm Springs yesterday afternoon through sunset. Time-lapse.
We had three United States Marines C-130s flying in and out of Palm Springs this past weekend.
We had five visitors this Thanksgiving weekend here in Palm Springs. Royal Canadian Air Force CT-155 Hawk training jets. Leaving tomorrow morning, Monday, November 28, at approximately 0900hrs.
Getting ready for dinner. My best guess… 20 minutes microwave? My future as a food photographer.
The day before Thanksgiving, a United Airlines flight departing Palm Springs. It is going to be a very busy airport over the next few days.
I am thinking I should photograph more sports.
Clouds over Palm Springs yesterday. I like the flashes of color at sunset. Time-lapse.
The B-25 “Pacific Princess” at the Palm Springs Air Museum this past Saturday.
Sitting at the jump door of the Palm Springs Air Museum C-47.
Clouds over Palm Springs yesterday ahead of the storm moving in today. Watch for appearances of myself and Eddy in the beginning.
A helicopter flying consistent North South patterns West of the Palm Springs Airport. A Bell 206L-3 owned by Premier Rotors LLC. Perhaps inspecting power lines or a survey.
I do get to be in some great places. On the west side of the airport taking care of flights for the Palm Springs Air Museum.
Over on the west side of the airport for Palm Springs Air Museum flights is a fun place to be to see other aircraft close up.
Clouds over Palm Springs this morning at sunrise. Time-lapse.
More of the Palm Springs Air Museum C-47. This time as it does a takeoff. I was on the west side of the airport waiting for it to return to marshal it in after two more takeoffs and landings.
The Palm Springs Air Museum C-47 as it taxi’s past me while I was on the west side of the airport waiting for it to return to marshal it in after two more landings.
Someone left this behind at the Palm Springs Air Museum from the Chili Cook Off and Car Show. I am feeling bad that it was abandoned and should take it with me and give it a good loving home.
She told me the shoes were actually very comfortable and easy to walk in. I do have the best luck with models named Maria.
A member of the Canadian Skyhawks Parachute Demonstration Team descending to the airport on their jump at the Palm Springs Air Museum.
I said… Harmoni hold it right there!
I received this e-mail blast this morning from Method Seven. They make high end eyewear for pilots. The e-mail is thanking people for being at the Reno Air Races 2022 this past September. What really got my attention is the airplane is our T-6 from the Palm Springs Air Museum. An airplane I know very well and have photographed many times.
For starters, the photograph used by Method Seven is just not very good. It is blurry, flat and the colors are wrong. There is a magenta color cast to everything. But the big miss is the name on the cowling “Heave Ho”. The name is actually yellow not orange. You can see that in my photograph below.
You might think I am being overly critical. However I have learned over the years that if you want to present your company or product as meeting a standard of excellence, it has to carry over in something like this as well. Not using good photographs denigrates your brand. And I will say Method Seven is a quality product. I have eyewear from them myself.