General Aviation: Aircraft On And Over Water—2018 Photo Contest
Angelo Rodriguez, Round Rock, Texas
During an early season Alaskan cruise, I was fortunate our balcony faced the harbor and based on previous trips, knew the weather and location would allow the floatplane guys to fly. This is the result. Shot with a Canon 80D using a 70-200 F4L lens.
Ed Hicks, Bristol, UK
A Miles Gemini twin makes a run for home down the Norfolk coast.
Jim Koepnick, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
A Cirrus SR-22 aircraft flies over the Atlantic off Miami in November, 2017.
Kurt Gearhart, Chandler, Arizona
Seaplane village floatplane water taxi at Oshkosh 2018
Larissa Hewitt, Noordhoek, South Africa
Reflections of New Resolution Geophysics' two Pilatus Porter PC-6 aircraft taken while on survey in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The crew were busy with early morning calibrations for the days flight after the rainstorms had cleared.
Mark Erickson, Juno Beach, Florida, United States
A de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver operated by Trail Ridge Air waits for its next flight at Grizzly Joes Fish Creek Lodge on Fish Lake in Talkeentna, Alaska. Mount Denali is in the background.
Micah Maziar, Toledo, Ohio
This photo of a 1978 Super Cub C-FIX was taken at the Oshkosh Seaplane Base.
Two-thirds of the Earth's surface is covered by water, so it's appropriate to reserve space for photos of aircraft that can take off and land from the water.