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Goodwood Revival Atmosphere

by Francois Dumas - August 25, 2010
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Francois has been visiting Goodwood since 2003, together with his good friend and pilot Didier Keller, and has collected thousands of pictures over time. In the Photo Essay below he aims to provide a taste of the unique atmosphere that is so typical for the autumn flying at Goodwood. Enjoy !

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Oshkosh 2010 Through Scott’s Lens

by Scott Burris - August 7, 2010
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We already knew Why Fly contributor Scott Burris was a good writer. What we didn’t know was just how amazing he could be when he picked up a camera. Here’s Scott’s take on Airventure 2010.

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Oshkosh 2010 by Roy McMillion

by Roy McMillion - August 7, 2010
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We had a couple of our contributors visit the annual Oshkosh Airventure this year. You already saw Scott Burris’ photos, and here are some of the great shots Roy McMillion made for us! Enjoy ! Use your mouse to click through the photographs below. (Not sure how to use the viewer? Read the instructions.) All [...]

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Arlington Fly-in Report

by Kate Beckett - August 6, 2010
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Regular visitors to Why Fly will know all about Glenn Mathews, but now it’s time for his wife to shine. Kate Beckett has been putting her camera to good use as of late, and has kindly agreed to share some of her Images with Why Fly. We’re pleased, and proud, to welcome out latest Contributor to “The Why Fly Family.” Here’s Kate’s first Photo Essay of the recent Fly-In at Arlington, Washington, U.S.A.

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Below

by Michelle Goodeve - July 22, 2010
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Why Fly’s Creative Director, Michelle Goodeve, takes an artistic look at the world from above in her latest Photo Essay, “Below.” {Click on the title to see the full article}

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Sky

by Michelle Goodeve - June 16, 2010
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Why Fly’s, Michelle Goodeve, turns her camera onto the object of her affection – the sky itself – in her latest Photo Essay, simply titled: “Sky”
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Photo Essay: 18th Annual Canadian Aviation Expo

by Michelle Goodeve - May 3, 2010
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If there are two things pilots like almost as much as flying itself … they are airplane stuff and airplane people. There was a generous supply of both on hand at this year’s Canadian Aviation Expo, and Michelle Goodeve captured the best of it all with her camera.

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Photo Essay: Great Canadian Anomalies – Part 3

by Michelle Goodeve - March 8, 2010
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For Part Three of “Great Canadian Anomalies,” Michelle Goodeve takes you to an event that’s near and dear to her heart. Each fall, Tom Dietrich’s “Tiger Boys” throw an Open House for friends and family at Guelph Air Park in Ontario, Canada. Michelle’s been flying their antique aircraft for more than 15 years. The 2009 event was particularly special as Ed and Kathy Lubitz brought in their Silver Dart Replica (Canada’s first aeroplane) to celebrate the country’s Centennial of Flight.

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Photo Essay: Great Canadian Anomalies – Part 2

by Michelle Goodeve - February 17, 2010
Lancaster Bomber

For Part 2 of Michelle Goodeve’s photo essay on unique Canadian aviation events last summer, she focused her lens on Canadian Aviation Heritage Museum’s “Flyfest.” A nice mix of static displays and aerial shots, the essay includes photos of one of the only two Lancaster bombers still flying!

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Photo Essay: Birdwoman Flies!

by Glenn Norman - January 27, 2010
Piet

After snagging a groundhog hole with her tailwheel, it took Michelle Goodeve five years to get her Pietenpol back in the air. Glenn Norman captured one of the flights from the ground, and crafted a stunning photo essay that captures the spirit and determination of a pilot who lives to fly.

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Photo Essay: Great Canadian Anomalies – Part 1

by Michelle Goodeve - January 21, 2010
Aviation Anomalies

Last summer, Michelle Goodeve attended three aeronautical anomalies, all located in Canada’s “Golden Horseshoe” surrounding the western edge of Lake Ontario. She took A LOT of pictures. Here’s Part 1 of her photo essay on Canadian Air & Space Museum’s “Wings & Wheels Festival,” shot in and around the historic de Havilland factory at Toronto’s Downsview Airport.

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Photos: Roy McMillion

by Roy McMillion - January 20, 2010
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Roy McMillion’s first submissions to Why Fly convey his intention as a photographer. “I try not just to capture an image of an aircraft,” he says, “but bring the aircraft into a context that tells a story, or even better, lets the viewer create their own story.”

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Photo: “The Outer Banks Near Kitty Hawk”

by Russell Munson - January 19, 2010
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A stunning self portrait by a legendary aviation photographer. Russell Munson’s first Why Fly submission epitomizes the experience of flight.

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