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Bringing kinja into focus, one frame at a time
Bringing kinja into focus, one frame at a time
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I made my annual pilgrimage down to Austin Bergstrom International a couple of weeks ago to get some shots of airplanes with our abundant Texas wildflowers. This has been a particularly good year, and these pink evening primroses were excellent.

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These are just a sampling. You can see the rest of the shots from that day on my website.

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This is an Italian-built Tecnam P2006T. I’d never seen one before, and there were two of them that took off one after the other. According to Wiki, “The P2006T is the lightest twin-engined certified aircraft available, and is a four-seat aircraft with fully retractable landing gear and liquid-cooled Rotax engines that can run on 92 octane unleaded automotive gasoline as well as 100LL. Neat.

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