General Aviation: Aircraft On And Over Water—2018 Photo Contest
February 04, 2019
Credit: 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.
Credit: Ed Hicks, Bristol, UK
A Miles Gemini twin makes a run for home down the Norfolk coast.
Credit: Jim Koepnick, Oshkosh, Wisconsin
A Cirrus SR-22 aircraft flies over the Atlantic off Miami in November, 2017.
Credit: Kurt Gearhart, Chandler, Arizona
Seaplane village floatplane water taxi at Oshkosh 2018
Credit: 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.
Credit: 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.
Credit: 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.