As a few of you may know, I finally got a camera for myself, not thinking I would like it as much as I do. I kind of just got it for the heck of it, although I did know it would pay off when I go spotting. Turns out, I love it.
So, two weeks ago, my parents took me for a surprise spotting trip for an hour. In one hour, I got all of these glorious pics that I am sharing with you today.
Now, enough yammering on, here are the pictures!
First up, you get to look at what may be my best photo. This is a Delta 737-800 (N3751B) bound for Seattle. Isn’t it beautiful?
Similar to that one, here’s an Alaska Airlines 737-700 pulling its gear up on its way to Juneau.
🎵🎶 She’ll be comin round the mountain when she comes 🎶🎵
Here’s an Alaska Central Express (ACE) Beech 1900C about to make butter on runway 33
Rare and pretty, here’s a classic A300-600 for FedEx. It didn’t take off while I was there but it was a pleasure and an honor to see such a classic aircraft. Fun fact: Did you know that the A300 is one of the only Airbus aircraft with a yoke?
Here are some interesting pictures of a Kallita Air 747-400 that had just landed.
This one is about another Alaska 737-700 that rotated just in time to get this awesome angle with the Kallita Air 747-400 in the background
This one features a Polar Air Cargo 747-8 just after rotation from RWY 33.
This is my best picture of an Asiana Cargo 747-400 on its way to RKSI.
Finally for this topic, here’s an Alaska 737-800 blasting its way to KPDX
That’s all for today! I do have 3058240193949 more, but I can only upload ten, so I had to choose.
Please let me know how I did! A couple of these were edited to be brighter, but others I did not get around to editing.
Wait! I forgot something! I hope this isn’t too much of a breach of the ten photo rule, but I have to include this because it’s a necessity. Also, @Robertine would be upset (jk, lol) Not exactly my best pic, but…
This is Tony. Tony needs to not break into airports any more. He could get himself and other people very hurt 😔
If you or a loved one have recently been affected by a bird strike, dial +1 (800) 096-TONY. That’s +1 (800) 096-TONY
Have a great day/night!