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on Dec 18, 2015

Very Picturesque!

on Dec 18, 2015

Great combination of technology and environment. Thanks for posting.

on Dec 18, 2015

Great pic! The city name, however is *Lachine* Quebec.

on Dec 21, 2015

Thanks for the correction.

--Jim Asker
Executive Editor

on Dec 18, 2015

A group of fine photos of various aircraft. fantastic photos!

on Dec 18, 2015

Always look forward to the annual photo contest, many of this years selections are nothing to brag about. A plane with clouds in the background, a helicopter doing nothing. A space vehicle taking off. Very common. A few were fantastic..Fireworks, , Aurora Borelius,Jet at sunset. Those are worthy pictures

on Dec 19, 2015

Hi. Wondering what happened to the Selfie Category? No mention anywhere, yet there were entries. Thanks.

on Dec 21, 2015

The entries in the selfie category were not strong enough, in the view of the judges, to award any prizes this year.

on Dec 21, 2015

And we did recategorize the selfies that were submitted in the relevant category (i.e. Defense or General), so they were given consideration.

on Dec 21, 2015

Thank you!

on Dec 22, 2015

I would like to e-mail Christopher Miller, Best of Best photographer. Can you provide his e-mail address?

on Dec 22, 2015

I greatly enjoyed the pictures of the winners and finalists of this photo contest. They are shot with great professionalism and love for aviation.

This year is the contest where i saw the best photos!

Many congratulations to all !!

on Dec 30, 2015

can you please provide one or the other? I would really like to buy a print of his winning photo---thanks

on Jan 3, 2016

Congrats to all the photographers.

on Jan 29, 2016

How can I get copies of the pictures?

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