Great photo from +Fly By Photography​ always great to see the old iron lined up… And to those that keep these planes flying…. Hats off… Originally shared by +Fly By Photography Corraled an VIII Fighter Command group meeting, complete with a Navy Dumbo, some of the P-51 Mustangs of the Arsenal of Democracy Fly Over on the Culpeper Airport ramp. Photographed on Thursday morning, May 7th. Click the link above for specifics on each Mustang. #warbirds #wwii #usaaf #airforce #caf #p51 #mustang #arsenalofdemocracy #aviation #photography #canon #flybyphotography  
11 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
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11 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
11 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
So, what's for lunch?
Now if I only had all these options each day… Originally shared by +Lifehacker So, what's for lunch? This sandwich board will make sure you never run out of options for lunch. Click to enlarge (and you'll really want to if you want to see the ingredients in each one,) or check it out here:  
10 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Do you use Photomatix for HDR work? Do you have zero time to spend two years developing cool presets or a great starting point for being creative.. this is why I just spent 14 bucks on the second +Trey Ratcliff Photomatix Preset Pack
Yep I am lazy, Yep i could have made them myself.. but why spend two years doing that when I can be shooting and Trey did all the work for me.. Thanks Trey.. Pick them up here – Full disclosure its an affiliate link, I do not like hiding that for people, but it is makes me 2 bucks, and costs you nothing, I will buy you a beer. Link: Trey’s Photomatix Presets – Trey’s Best HDR presets for Photomatix ProI’ve used Photomatix Pro many thousands of times over the years. It is simply the best HDR software tool. I’ve created hundreds of presets and include my favorites in this collection.
08 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Trey’s Photomatix Preset Pack 2
  As a user of the first set – I just picked up the second set today to check out the latest creative items for Photomatix. Yes we could all spend weeks and months creating these ourselves, but honestly, they are worth the 14 bucks Trey is charging to save me 2 years of creative time I sadly rarely have anymore. 🙁 Check them out at this link   TREY’S PHOTOMATIX PRESETS – VOLUME 2 If you buy Volume 2 which contains 27 brand new presets, whatever you do, don’t click on the preset called “You’ll Regret Clicking This.” You will. Oh, and there’s another preset called “Facebook Drama” that will make you roll your eyes just like you do when some distant relative posts something insanely stupid. And if it’s the middle of the day, why not try out “Underoos Moist” or if your partner leaves to run an errand, dip into “The Pr0nstash.” You really can’t go wrong with these presets. Scout’s honor!        
08 Jun 2015 in Gear, by
Who would have loved to have the ability to do this type of Aviation photo work
THIS GUY! SO much to this type of work with a major payoff at the end……. Team Uses Highly Modified Learjet to Capture Jaw-Dropping Airplane Footage These shots were filmed in close formation with the Vectorvision camera system installed in the highly modified Wolfe Air LearJet 25. Cameras used are the Red Epic and Arriflex Alexa. Wolfe …
08 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
This Day in Aviation History
Originally shared by +Gazing Skyward TV Aviation June 8th, 1959First un-powered flight of the North American X-15. The North American X-15 was a hypersonic rocket-powered aircraft operated by the United States Air Force and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as part of the X-plane series of experimental aircraft. The X-15 set speed and altitude records in the 1960s, reaching the edge of outer space and returning with valuable data used in aircraft and spacecraft design. As of 2015, the X-15 holds the official world record for the highest speed ever reached by a manned, powered aircraft. Its maximum speed was 4,520 miles per hour (7,274 km/h), or Mach 6.72. During the X-15 program, 13 flights by eight pilots met the Air Force spaceflight criterion by exceeding the altitude of 50 miles (80 km), thus qualifying the pilots for astronaut status. The Air Force pilots qualified for astronaut wings immediately, while the civilian pilots were awarded NASA astronaut wings in 2005, 35 years after the last X-15 flight. The sole Navy pilot in the X-15 program never took the aircraft above the requisite 50 mile altitude. Of all the X-15 missions, two flights (by the same pilot) qualified as space […]
08 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Did you know that this is a real movement? Except it is called "Earth Hour."
This is a great idea… In one evening we could increase millions of people's interest in the universe… Originally shared by +Futurism Did you know that this is a real movement? Except it is called "Earth Hour." Learn more:  
08 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by
Think that's impressive? Meet the atomic clock that won't lose a second until long after the Sun meets its end:
Originally shared by +Futurism Want more fun facts? See our collection here: Image by Jaime Trosper/FQTQ  
07 Jun 2015 in G+ Posts, by