Spotting at HNL for goofs and laughs. @ PHNL

Over the past week, I’ve done 3 morning spotting trips to HNL to check out stuff I wouldn’t see on the mainland. This topic is my favorites from 2 of those, the third will be released whenever I don’t procrastinate on editing photos.

I am going to refrain from posting any of the 40+ 717’s I’ve spotted. ;-;


An interesting Japanese Low-Cost carrier with a nice minimalist livery.


Spent the night in maintenance and now is going to spend it’s lifetime in my photo album.


The one and only blue Flying Honu! Really anticipating on spotting this as you can only catch it at Narita or Honolulu.


Left tire went splish splash your opinion is trash

JA621J-2-t-Standard


hah. noise abatement? never heard of it.

04-4079-1-t-Motion


UPS delayed my package by 2 weeks so L company.


Who in tarnation designs a plane to look like this.


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Canon Rebel EOS 450D [OLD]
Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3
Tamron 100-400mm F/4.5-6.3
Manfrotto Carbon Fiber Tripod

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Wow very good photo of ANA A380 and F22

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@mattheus lol

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Wow those are awesome! I had a F22 squad of 6 depart right before my flight home

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Indeed! About every morning at 9AM, you’ll see a flight of 4-6 Hawaiian ANG F-22’s depart :)

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Hawaiian heat

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The same person who designed your sense of humor

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simply a skill issue 😌

I’m goofed out from these shots!

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Beautiful photos @Kamryn!

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i would like to see the trails on if for f-22s

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Where I live it’s F-15’s… just as loud lol

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But like, you didn’t bring me with you.

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Soccer moms.

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Two drunk Irishmen who happened to run an aeroplane design company.

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Used to be F-15s when I was stationed at SUBASE, '96 - '99.

Elements of 4, approaching in diamond, peeling loose to land in order, afternoons… One of the ways of remembering that I wasn’t submerged lol

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Wowowowowowowowow!! Amazing shots

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Got to witness that the same day as catching the ANA A380 from the parking deck actually, first a flight of 2 with them breaking right over for landing. The 4 in a diamond came about 5 minutes after and peeled off one by one, absolute eye candy to watch.

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