Into the Unknown – F-16 
General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon Multirole fighter The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon is a single-engine multirole fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics for the United States Air Force. Wingspan: 33' (9.96 m) Length: 49' (15 m) First flight: January 20, 1974 Unit cost: 14,600,000–18,800,000 USD (1998) Engine type: General Electric F110 Designer: Robert H. Widmer Manufacturers: Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics +500px http://500px.com/photo/70750653/into-the-unknown-by-brent-burzycki #airshowphotography   #aircraftphotography   #aviationphotography   This post has been reshared 20 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
17 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
Into the Unknown – F-16
General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon Multirole fighter The General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon is a single-engine multirole fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics for the United States Air Force. Wingspan: 33' (9.96 m) Length: 49' (15 m) First flight: January 20, 1974 Unit cost: 14,600,000–18,800,000 USD (1998) Engine type: General Electric F110 Designer: Robert H. Widmer Manufacturers: Lockheed Martin, General Dynamics +500px http://500px.com/photo/70750653/into-the-unknown-by-brent-burzycki #airshowphotography #aircraftphotography #aviationphotography  
17 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
And now for something a bit different
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14 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
And now for something a bit different
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14 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
My Nose Hurts One of my most Favorite Airplanes – Dead Quiet till your dead
Worlds ugliest airplane – And Worlds coolest Airplane… WARTHOG! Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II Close air support attack aircraft The Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic in the early 1970s. Top speed: 439 mph (706 km/h) Range: 800 miles (1,287 km) Weight: 24,960 lbs (11,320 kg) Introduced: March 1977 Unit cost: 11,800,000–11,800,000 USD (1994) Manufacturer: Fairchild Aircraft Engine type: General Electric TF34 +500px if you have an account: http://500px.com/photo/70306135/my-nose-hurts-by-brent-burzycki #aviationphotography #airshowphotography My Nose Hurts…Worlds ugliest airplane – And Worlds coolest Airplane… WARTHOG! Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II Close air support attack aircraft The Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic in the early 1970s. Top speed: 439 mph (706 km/h) Range: 800 miles (1,287 km) Weight: 24,960 lbs (11,320 kg) Introduced: March 1977 Unit cost: 11,800,000–11,800,000 USD (1994) M…
13 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
My Nose Hurts One of my most Favorite Airplanes – Dead Quiet till your dead
My Nose Hurts One of my most Favorite Airplanes – Dead Quiet till your dead Worlds ugliest airplane – And Worlds coolest Airplane… WARTHOG! Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II Close air support attack aircraft The Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic in the early 1970s. Top speed: 439 mph (706 km/h) Range: 800 miles (1,287 km) Weight: 24,960 lbs (11,320 kg) Introduced: March 1977 Unit cost: 11,800,000–11,800,000 USD (1994) Manufacturer: Fairchild Aircraft Engine type: General Electric TF34 +500px if you have an account: http://500px.com/photo/70306135/my-nose-hurts-by-brent-burzycki #aviationphotography   #airshowphotography   My Nose Hurts… Worlds ugliest airplane – And Worlds coolest Airplane… WARTHOG! Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II Close air support attack aircraft The Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II is an American twin-engine, straight-wing jet aircraft developed by Fairchild-Republic in the early 1970s. Top speed: 439 mph (706 km/h) Range: 800 miles (1,287 km) Weight: 24,960 lbs (11,320 kg) Introduced: March 1977 Unit cost: 11,800,000–11,800,000 USD (1994) M… This post has been reshared 1 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
13 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
Well today was a somber reminder that as a photographer you can and will take photos…
Well today was a somber reminder that as a photographer you can and will take photos of things you only get once in a lifetime to take photos of and then the next day they are gone.. The tragic accident at Travis AFB today took the life of a great air show performer and one that the community will miss greatly. Although he was not active on the national air show circuit per his posted schedule, I assume everyone in the community knew of his years of service as an air show performer. These accidents hit close to home for me for several reasons – One is I love Air Shows and have enjoyed them since I was kid. The second is our involvement with a company Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. that supports Air Show performers like Mike Goulian Airshows these past years. And three my dad was in the Air Force and to see these shows return with the military demo teams is something that makes me feel less bad about where my tax money is going. Hopefully people understand or have time to talk to the men and women that put on these shows and perform in them, […]
05 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
Well today was a somber reminder that as a photographer you can and will take photos of things you only get once in a lifetime to take photos of and then the next day they are gone
The tragic accident at Travis AFB today took the life of a great air show performer and one that the community will miss greatly. Although he was not active on the national air show circuit per his posted schedule, I assume everyone in the community knew of his years of service as an air show performer. These accidents hit close to home for me for several reasons – One is I love Air Shows and have enjoyed them since I was kid. The second is our involvement with a company Whelen Engineering Company, Inc. that supports Air Show performers like Mike Goulian Airshows these past years. And three my dad was in the Air Force and to see these shows return with the military demo teams is something that makes me feel less bad about where my tax money is going. Hopefully people understand or have time to talk to the men and women that put on these shows and perform in them, they are a special breed that love what they do and would not have it any other way.This photo was taken yesterday and in my files will be marked as the last flight of the Super Stearman […]
05 May 2014 in G+ Posts, by
Well the ultimate compliment to get as a photographer is to have someone buy your…
Well the ultimate compliment to get as a photographer is to have someone buy your work (no matter the price paid) – but it goes a step further when they decorate their sons room with them… and then send photos I have found a new market for Aviation prints…. 2-10 y/o's that like Jets…! Well their parents… #aviationphotography   #aviation   #bestof2012   This post has been reshared 1 times on Google+ View this post on Google+
02 Jan 2013 in G+ Posts, by
Trying to be a bit more interesting
Trying to be a bit more interesting….. Hey look its not a beautiful Model, but for me at least and with my love of aircraft.. it is still very cool…. #aviationphotography   View this post on Google+
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