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stlouis missouri us usa SAFB sport air show stunt jet sky F18 Hornet 092108 2008


One of the stars of the show - an F18 Hornet - climbing

Sunday Gail and I celebrated our 30th anniversary!

Have a great week - and a safe and Happy Holidays!!
(constructive critique is welcome)

Coming up:
A short visit to Dickens Village at a local church
Fun riding the miniature railroad
Action shots of the kids at our Annual Church picnic
Wild Bird Sanctuary
Airshow - almost no blue skies ;-(
A zillion backed up flower photos
2 zillion shots of the ducks that come to the back door
Branson Night lights and lit signs
Small selection of downtown St Louis monuments and landmarks
A tour of the St Louis Botanical Gardens
experiments with lights
experiments with splashes
2008 St Louis Orchid show
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Comments on this photo:

Dec 30 2008 10:56 GMT Squirrel PRO
GREAT SHOT>>>>>>>>>>>The flight MISSOURI to LUXEMBOURG in 3 hours ???????
Dec 30 2008 11:12 GMT helton
------------------------------------------ B i l l---------------------------------------------

Happy Holidays to you and your familIy. More blessings on your new year.
----------May the grace of God be always upon you all ..now and forevermore.----------

--------------------------Love from your brother in Brasil....................................

PS: Again your awesome series with the "Ballet in the Air"..is a eye drop to our eyes !!..hugsssss dearest Bill...
Dec 30 2008 13:27 GMT SIGMUND
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU DEAR FRIEND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dec 30 2008 13:34 GMT ashdad PRO
Great mid-air shots of this plane!
Dec 30 2008 16:22 GMT PhotoPro PRO
Thank you dear friend - and the same thoughts and wishes back to you
Dec 30 2008 16:26 GMT PhotoPro PRO
Thank you ashdad.

These were especially difficult to capture - and you can see that I wasn't zoomed all the way in. They move so fast on their passes that maintaining a fairly constant full frame is almost impossible. This shot was not cropped - full frame here.