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Brent Burzycki has been at 9 events

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Margaret Tompkins147,648*Landscape Photography Community Fans, Let's have some FUN!!!* Welcome to the Landscape Photography Community People's Choice Contest Theme of Water *Rules* 1) You must be a member of the Landscape Photography Community. 2) Only ONE photograph per member is allowed.  If you submit more than one photo, all of your photos will be removed. 3) Your photo MUST be ORIGINAL.  If you post the work of someone else, you will be banned from the community. 4) This must be a landscape photograph with an element of "water", the water may be a lake, waterfall, river, ocean, bucket of water, drop of water, etc. and the water may be in any form such as frozen, steam, or liquid. 5) Voting: This is People's Choice so whoever gets the most +1s wins!! 6) Photos must be posted no later than December 9, 2013 5 pm CST.  Those posted after that time will be removed. 7) Voting ends at December 11, 2013 5 pm CST.LPC People's Choice Contest #3: Water2013-12-03 02:00:00236  
Jay Patel1,645,119*Contest Theme: Water* *In Collaboration with  +VIP Cars* Want to see some inspirational images and deals? Check out:  +VIP Cars  *What do I do to Win?* *1.* You MUST be a member of the Landscape Photography Community. *2:* Post _ONLY ONE ORIGINAL_ photograph that conforms to the contest theme and that is your own work - the others will be deleted.  *3.* The photo MUST conform to the contest theme and meet landscape photography recommended content defined in this post: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+JayPatel/posts/TZUtoA5YuJh *Judging By You* All Landscape Photography Community members may post ONE photograph during the event.  You vote with your "+1" on the photos that you like in the event.  The photograph that gets the most votes or "+1s", wins the contest!  That photograph will be shared to the Inspiration Category as the #PeoplesChoice!!  The photographer will be added to the special Landscape Photography Community Inspiration Circle at the end of the month. *Other Details* 1. The photo MUST be shared directly to the event, NO links to external web sites are permitted. 2. Campaigning is allowed and encouraged!!  Get all of your friends to come to the community and "+1" your photo.   3. Feel free to "+1" as many photos as you like. *Contest Timing* 1. Time to post photographs: Sept 25, 2013 12.00 am - Oct 6, 12 am, New York Time Zone.  2.Time to vote: Sept 25, 2013 12.00 am - Oct 8, 12 am, New York Time Zone. Check your time zone here: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html YOU are the Judge!!   Good Luck!LPC People's Choice Contest #2: Water2013-10-06 06:00:00156  
The Weather Channel3,356,921*Upload your photos to this Event on 9/19 or using the #sunsetday hashtag in a public post to celebrate #sunsetday!* Join us for an exciting 24-hour event as we send summer into the sunset in global fashion. We are asking our Google+ audience from around the world to grab your favorite camera on the evening of September 19 and snap your own unique sunset from your corner of the globe. We want to see all types of sunsets in a variety of settings; a city skyline, a beach resort, a beautiful countryside, a desert landscape, a dense forest. *Wherever you may be, please share/upload your sunset image with this event page on September 19.* You can also participate outside of this event page by submitting a public photo post and tagging with #sunsetday. A select number of our favorite photos will be shown on The Weather Channel and accompany a slideshow on weather.com. Other favorites will be posted and rotated through as the cover photo on both +The Weather Channel and the +Google+ Photos  Google+ page. Note: *Only photos uploaded and posted to the event page or associated with the hashtag #sunsetday on Sep 19 will be considered* We hosted two Hangouts On Air in preparation for Sunset Day. The first hangout focused on the meteorology behind sunsets including the reason behind the beautiful array of colors.  The second hangout concentrated on the art of sunset photography. Expert photographers well known to the Google+ community talked about their techniques in capturing the perfect sunset. Links to both HOA videos are posted below. *HANGOUT SCHEDULE* 1. Monday, September 9: "The Meteorology Behind Sunsets" at 11 am ET with host +Timothy Ballisty  (The Weather Channel social meteorologist). *Guests will include:* Meteorologists +Mike Bettes +Brad Panovich +Jacob Wycoff +Jonathan Erdman +Morgan Palmer +Tim Brice and +Maria LaRosa  *HOA video* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qz6Zyz5FT-A 2. Thursday, September 12: "Sunset Photography" at 4 pm ET *Guests will include:* Photographers +Trey Ratcliff +Thomas Hawk +Karen Hutton and +Nicole S. Young   *HOA Video* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqgUGb0th_ASunset Day - Upload Your #SunsetDay Photo on September 192013-09-19 06:00:001294  
Fraser Cain980,208I'd like to invite everyone to enjoy the *Perseid Meteor Shower for 2013*. This is one of the best meteor showers of the year because it's very active - with upwards of 60 meteors/hour - but also because you get nice warm summer weather in the Northern Hemisphere. http://www.universetoday.com/103826/the-2013-perseid-meteor-shower-an-observers-guide/ The shower peaks on the morning of August 12, 2013, but you can see plenty of meteors for a few days before and after, as we pass through the tail of Comet Swift-Tuttle. Take some time right now to make plans with your friends and family to enjoy this wonderful meteor shower.  Find a place nearby with dark skies so you can really appreciate the meteors against the backdrop of the Milky Way. Pack some comfy camp chairs, a few blankets and bring snacks and drinks. A pair of binoculars would be nice, but they won't help you see meteors - you just need your eyeballs. Here's a great tool that shows you where there's light pollution: http://www.jshine.net/astronomy/dark_sky/ Find a spot that's at least green on the map if you can. I'll post more details to this event as we have more organized, but at the very least, click Yes to this event. Start planning your enjoyment of this once a year activity. Thanks to +Randy Halverson for the beautiful picture.Perseid Meteor Shower - 20132013-08-12 06:00:00421  
Trey Ratcliff8,668,810*All Watermark show - Reasons FOR and AGAINST Watermarks - with Miss Aniela and Thomas Hawk - Monday 7 PM PT, 10 PM ET* This will be a wild show! :)   So, I wrote an article called "Why I Don't Use Watermarks" at http://www.stuckincustoms.com/2013/06/25/why-i-dont-use-watermarks/   In return, my friend, the uber-talented +Miss Aniela wrote an article called "Why you SHOULD Use Watermarks" at http://missanielablog.com/why-you-should-use-watermarks   So she's coming on the show and we'll fight it out! :)  We'll also have on an attorney, +Christa Laser, and other friends in the mix of it all are +Thomas Hawk +Doug Kaye and +Gino Barasa  -- it'll be a great show, and we'll be taking questions live like always.All Watermark show - Reasons FOR and AGAINST Watermarks - with Miss Aniela and Thomas Hawk - Monday 7 PM PT, 10 PM ET2013-07-09 04:00:00210  
Trey Ratcliff8,668,810*Sony NEX vs. Nikon DSLR - Live Interview for This Week in Photography with Live Audience Questions in the new Google Hangouts!* When:  Friday, 3 PM PT, 6 PM ET.  (or check the event time for YOUR local time!) @112604879662105464702  from TWIP will be interviewing me and we'll be taking live questions through the new Google+ Hangout feature.  This interview is in relation to the results of The China Experiment, where I dumped my Nikon for the Sony.  You can read more about it here http://www.stuckincustoms.com/2013/05/09/the-china-experiment-dumping-nikon-for-sony/  (at least, until I publish the final analysis, which I will shortly before the interview). If you haven't used the new Live Questions feature wit Hangouts, this is a great chance.  It's really easy and fun... you can ask me anything... even "beginner" questions are just fine - this will be a blast! :)Sony NEX vs. Nikon DSLR - Live Interview on This Week in Photography - Live Questions accepted!2013-07-06 00:00:00482  
500px3,127,776We're hosting a live Google Hangout with 500px designers, developers and support staff on hand to answer all of your questions about the new Portfolios! If you're a designer hoping to develop themes for this new platform, a photographer planning to use 500px to showcase your work, or just a fan of 500px, join us with your questions, comments and feedback! If you have urgent questions, issues or bug reports regarding the Portfolios, please email help@500px.com. This page will not be monitored and the questions won't be answered until the Hangout!500px New Portfolio Q&A Hangout2013-05-14 21:00:00162  
Trey Ratcliff8,668,810Join me, +Thomas Hawk , +Alexia Sinclair, +Doug Kaye , +Todd Sisson +Dave Veffer   and more later today for a fun show!  We'll be talkin' photography.... taking Live questions... a great excuse to talk-photography around the New Year!   I've already gotten a few questions about How-To Fireworks shots, so we can go through that too while answering other questions. :) Watch live HERE (the embedded player will be in this event) or at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com  Time:  7PM PT, 10PM ETShow #63: New Year's Eve Photo Show! 7PM PT, 10PM ET2013-01-01 04:00:00324  
Trey Ratcliff8,668,810A huge show!  We'll have on the Google Photos team to talk all about the news of the Google acquisition of Nik Software.  If you want to read more about this, see the article I released this morning at http://www.stuckincustoms.com/2012/09/17/the-importance-of-google-acquiring-nik-software/  Who's joining us?  Many from the Google Photos team including @116594199576805510790 @110801010428787263936 @116040565882702717981 and maybe @108189587050871927619 too!  Also joining me is @104987932455782713675 who I'm sure has many hot opinions about this acquisition! Do you have questions?  Be sure to use Google Moderator over at http://www.StuckInCustoms.com -- We'll get that set up right when the show starts so we can take all your questions live...  Trey's Variety Hour #52: Google and Nik Software, BFF2012-09-18 04:00:00283  

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Warbird Wednesday!

January 27, 1937 marks the date of the first flight of the Lockheed P-38 Lightning. The P-38, designed for the US Army Air Corps in 1937, features two booms containing the engines with a central pod making up the cockpit. The P-38 was the only US fighter aircraft that was in production when the US entered World War II to the end of the war. The Germans called the P-38 the Fork-Tailed Devil. The Japanese called it Two Planes, One Pilot.

Over 10,000 P-38s were produced. Of that total, only 5 are still airworthy. The P-38 Lightning in my photograph belongs to Fagen Fighters World War II Museum in Granite Falls, Minnesota. She arrived at Culpeper Airport on the morning of May 7, 2015 to take part in the Arsenal of Democracy Fly Over of Washington DC on May 8th, the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

"Misty Morning Arrival"
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Warbird Wednesday!

January 27, 1937 marks the date of the first flight of the Lockheed P-38 Lightning. The P-38, designed for the US Army Air Corps in 1937, features two booms containing the engines with a central pod making up the cockpit. The P-38 was the only US fighter aircraft that was in production when the US entered World War II to the end of the war. The Germans called the P-38 the Fork-Tailed Devil. The Japanese called it Two Planes, One Pilot.

Over 10,000 P-38s were produced. Of that total, only 5 are still airworthy. The P-38 Lightning in my photograph belongs to Fagen Fighters World War II Museum in Granite Falls, Minnesota. She arrived at Culpeper Airport on the morning of May 7, 2015 to take part in the Arsenal of Democracy Fly Over of Washington DC on May 8th, the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

"Misty Morning Arrival"
http://goo.gl/z1qsd2
Delayed by weather on the way from Minnesota, Fagen Fighter's P-38 Lighting, Ruff Stuff, finally arrives at Culpeper Airport at 7:30 am on May 7, 2015, for the Arsenal of Democracy.

#warbird #p38 #lightning #p38lightning #plane #usaaf #armyairforces #airforce #aviation #photography #canon #flybyphotography___

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2016-01-31 05:32:27 (7 comments; 15 reshares; 208 +1s)Open 

French prestigious Patrouille de France flying with Air France last B747 aircraft ! #avgeek  
Picture by l'Armée de l'Air

French prestigious Patrouille de France flying with Air France last B747 aircraft ! #avgeek  
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2016-01-31 05:31:49 (6 comments; 14 reshares; 196 +1s)Open 

Fast Jet Friday!

I dug into the archives for today's jet.
Photographed here is the F-117 Nighthawk, probably more popularly know as "The Stealth Fighter," at the NAS Oceana Airshow back in 2007. Developed by the secretive Skunk Works division of Lockheed, the F-117 first took to the air on 18 June 1981. The aircraft's faceted shape was designed to reflect a radars' electromagnetic energy away from that radar's receiver, making the aircraft difficult to detect. Additionally, the F-117 didn't carry a radar of its own, as the electromagnetic pulses from an aircraft's radar can be detected by enemy receivers. Instead, it relied on electro-optical and thermal-optical equipment to navigate and deliver its payload. In order to defeat thermal detection, the F-117 used a jet exhaust system that mixed cool ambient air with the hot exhaust as it exited the aircraft.... more »

Fast Jet Friday!

I dug into the archives for today's jet.
Photographed here is the F-117 Nighthawk, probably more popularly know as "The Stealth Fighter," at the NAS Oceana Airshow back in 2007. Developed by the secretive Skunk Works division of Lockheed, the F-117 first took to the air on 18 June 1981. The aircraft's faceted shape was designed to reflect a radars' electromagnetic energy away from that radar's receiver, making the aircraft difficult to detect. Additionally, the F-117 didn't carry a radar of its own, as the electromagnetic pulses from an aircraft's radar can be detected by enemy receivers. Instead, it relied on electro-optical and thermal-optical equipment to navigate and deliver its payload. In order to defeat thermal detection, the F-117 used a jet exhaust system that mixed cool ambient air with the hot exhaust as it exited the aircraft.

Although popularly referred to as The Stealth Fighter, the F-117 was never capable of and never used to shoot down enemy aircraft. Instead, it was a strike aircraft, used to deliver smart bombs on high value, highly defended targets. F-117s were first used in combat in 1989, during the invasion of Panama to oust its dictator, Manuel Noriega. F-117s were used once again in 1991 during the Gulf War to hit high value targets. In 1999 F-117s were used over war torn Yugoslavia. It was over Yugoslavia that an F-117 was actually shot down by a Soviet made surface-to-air missile, the only successful shoot down of an F-117. Sharp eyed readers will notice that I speak of the F-117 in the past tense and that is because they were retired from service on 22 April 2008. By then the F-117s mission had been taken over by more advanced aircraft such as the Lockheed F-22.

"Black Jet, Blue Sky"
http://goo.gl/4m4rSm
United States Air Force
F-117 Demo Team
Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk
82-0800 / HO
8th Fighter Squadron "Black Sheep", 49th Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, New Mexico___

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Belgian Air Force F-16 Solo Display.

Belgian Air Force F-16 Solo Display.___

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McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet @ Axalp 2015, Switzerland

http://www.e-pic.se/Aircraft/Aircraft-sorted-by-type/McDonnel-Douglas/McDonnell-Douglas-F-18-Hornet/

The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F/A-18 Hornet is a twin-engine supersonic, all-weather carrier-capable multirole combat jet, designed as both a fighter and attack aircraft (F/A designation for Fighter/Attack). Designed by McDonnell Douglas and Northrop, the F/A-18 was derived from the latter's YF-17 in the 1970s for use by the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The Hornet is also used by the air forces of several other nations. The U.S. Navy's Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, has used the Hornet since 1986.
The U.S. Navy started the Naval Fighter-Attack, Experimental (VFAX) program to procure a multirole aircraft to replace the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, the A-7 Corsair II, and the remaining McDonnell... more »

McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C Hornet @ Axalp 2015, Switzerland

http://www.e-pic.se/Aircraft/Aircraft-sorted-by-type/McDonnel-Douglas/McDonnell-Douglas-F-18-Hornet/

The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F/A-18 Hornet is a twin-engine supersonic, all-weather carrier-capable multirole combat jet, designed as both a fighter and attack aircraft (F/A designation for Fighter/Attack). Designed by McDonnell Douglas and Northrop, the F/A-18 was derived from the latter's YF-17 in the 1970s for use by the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The Hornet is also used by the air forces of several other nations. The U.S. Navy's Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels, has used the Hornet since 1986.
The U.S. Navy started the Naval Fighter-Attack, Experimental (VFAX) program to procure a multirole aircraft to replace the Douglas A-4 Skyhawk, the A-7 Corsair II, and the remaining McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom IIs, and to complement the F-14 Tomcat.
Though the YF-16 won the LWF competition, the Navy was skeptical that an aircraft with one engine and narrow landing gear could be easily or economically adapted to carrier service, and refused to adopt an F-16 derivative. On 2 May 1975 the Navy announced its selection of the YF-17. Since the LWF did not share the design requirements of the VFAX, the Navy asked McDonnell Douglas and Northrop to develop a new aircraft from the design and principles of the YF-17.
The F-18, initially known as McDonnell Douglas Model 267, was drastically modified from the YF-17. For carrier operations, the airframe, undercarriage, and tailhook were strengthened, folding wings and catapult attachments were added, and the landing gear widened. To meet Navy range and reserves requirements, McDonnell increased fuel capacity by 4,460 pounds (2,020 kg), by enlarging the dorsal spine and adding a 96-gallon fuel tank to each wing. A "snag" was added to the wing's leading edge and stabilators to prevent an Aeroelastic flutter discovered in the F-15 stabilator. The wings and stabilators were enlarged, the aft fuselage widened by 4 inches (102 mm), and the engines canted outward at the front. These changes added 10,000 lb (4,540 kg) to the gross weight, bringing it to 37,000 lb (16,800 kg). The YF-17's control system was replaced with a fully digital fly-by-wire system with quadruple-redundancy, the first to be installed in a production fighter.
The first pre-production F-18A on display in October 1978.
Originally, it was planned to acquire a total of 780 aircraft of three variants: the single seat F-18A fighter and A-18A attack aircraft, differing only in avionics; and the dual-seat TF-18A, which retained full mission capability of the F-18 with a reduced fuel load. Following improvements in avionics and multifunction displays, and a redesign of external stores stations, the A-18A and F-18A were able to be combined into one aircraft. Starting in 1980, the aircraft began to be referred to as the F/A-18A, and the designation was officially announced on 1 April 1984. The TF-18A was redesignated F/A-18B.

http://www.e-pic.se/Aircraft/Aircraft-sorted-by-type/McDonnel-Douglas/McDonnell-Douglas-F-18-Hornet/

#Hornet #Aircraft #Aviation #fighter #E_PIC_SE

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So as a new owner of this watch - the Nabu Watch Forged Edition - I will say it is comparable to the higher end G-Shock Watches in quality. Well for the most part it is but I am not sure I would hit it in the face with a hockey stick.

http://www.razerzone.com/nabu-watch

I have been waiting for a watch like this for some time as smart watches are less than smart and useful and durability is terrible in the real world where people work and play harder than sitting at a desk.

Had some strange setup issue where the app recognized the watch but it would not show up as an active BT device in the BT list. This was very interesting as it then came back after I used my phone to run a small BT speaker and the watch disconnected for some reason (no connection displayed on the screen.

Some very early first impressions:

Watch screen is slightly dim but honestly I... more »

So as a new owner of this watch - the Nabu Watch Forged Edition - I will say it is comparable to the higher end G-Shock Watches in quality. Well for the most part it is but I am not sure I would hit it in the face with a hockey stick.

http://www.razerzone.com/nabu-watch

I have been waiting for a watch like this for some time as smart watches are less than smart and useful and durability is terrible in the real world where people work and play harder than sitting at a desk.

Had some strange setup issue where the app recognized the watch but it would not show up as an active BT device in the BT list. This was very interesting as it then came back after I used my phone to run a small BT speaker and the watch disconnected for some reason (no connection displayed on the screen.

Some very early first impressions:

Watch screen is slightly dim but honestly I like it and it has a backlight.

While it does have watch functions it is not as full featured as most G-Shock style watches in this price range - that said its also not trying to be one

Watch band is nice but all these watches require some break in time for both a wrist and the band to conform to the new style. I wear my watches "military Style" or upside down and this watch can do that but depending on your wrist bones the clasp can be a bit pointy in comparison to my Casio. Why those of us wear watches like this is many, but for me it allows me to see time in meetings without looking like I am looking at my watch and it keeps my watch out of the way of work in many ways. That said the turn your wrist and activate the OLED screen is less effective in this wear option.

Prices:
Casio: 240.00
Nabu Watch: 199.00

I think the addition of the smart features (well semi smart) are good for most of us that just want to see notifications and track some steps. Sadly step counts do not interface with Fitbit and if all your friends on on that service well, your screwed at this point. Or you are wearing two devices.

I have not had it long enough yet and normally just shut up and wait till I use a new device for a few weeks before stating any opinions, but this is so new and so few have them its worth getting out something to help those looking at buying one.

As far as the software / App - Overall it is fine, it is not full of a ton of features, but there is enough and I assume Razer will expand on items in the future. Seeing the phone is the cause of the notifications there does not seem to be a way to limit notifications to the phone and not the watch. Example: Not get gmail notifications on the watch but get them on the phone only. I could also just not know what I am doing and need to dig into it further.

Overall, good build quality, I am very hard on watches and we will see how this lasts in the real world. That said this watch might just do enough with battery life that is not a charge it daily situation (which I would just not do.

Things I wish it had:

Solar Charging - Like my G-Shock
Slightly brighter screen or optional brightness settings, but its not that bad - we will see how it does in direct sun if we ever get any.
I am curious how it will effect phone battery life - we will see.
After breaking it in it will be good to see fit and comfort as far as the back charging connector.

More to report after a few weeks of wearing it.

PS for the ladies - it is far far far from small. A Baby G-Shock Style would be a great addition for the ladies that are tired of lame women style watches.

#razer
#nabuwatch
#razernabuwatch
+Jason Howell - It might not be Android - but its a wearable - and many might want to hear about it.___

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Sieh Dir den Tweet von @FlySWISS an: https://twitter.com/FlySWISS/status/688295658961371136?s=09

Sieh Dir den Tweet von @FlySWISS an: https://twitter.com/FlySWISS/status/688295658961371136?s=09___

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Spitfire F Mk Vc DU-Z, AR614, 312. czechoslovak wing RAF

Spitfire F Mk Vc DU-Z, AR614, 312. czechoslovak wing RAF___

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U.S.A.F. Heritage Flight - P-40, F-15, F-16, & F-22,
Image Credit: Christopher Ebdon

U.S.A.F. Heritage Flight - P-40, F-15, F-16, & F-22,
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2016-01-17 17:20:06 (8 comments; 10 reshares; 174 +1s)Open 

Two legends flying in Sweden.
Cavalier F-51D Mustang 2 & Supermarine 361 Spitfire LF16E.
This is probably the two most iconic aircraft of WWII.

More Mustang images here: http://www.e-pic.se/Aircraft/Aircraft-sorted-by-type/North-American/North-American-P-51D-Mustang

More Spitfire images here: http://www.e-pic.se/Aircraft/Aircraft-sorted-by-type/Supermarine/Supermarine-Spitfire

#Supermarine #Spitfire #Mustang #Aircraft #Aviation #Warbirds #E_PIC_SE  #Biltema

Two legends flying in Sweden.
Cavalier F-51D Mustang 2 & Supermarine 361 Spitfire LF16E.
This is probably the two most iconic aircraft of WWII.

More Mustang images here: http://www.e-pic.se/Aircraft/Aircraft-sorted-by-type/North-American/North-American-P-51D-Mustang

More Spitfire images here: http://www.e-pic.se/Aircraft/Aircraft-sorted-by-type/Supermarine/Supermarine-Spitfire

#Supermarine #Spitfire #Mustang #Aircraft #Aviation #Warbirds #E_PIC_SE  #Biltema___

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2016-01-11 07:39:23 (84 comments; 33 reshares; 452 +1s)Open 

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Holy smokes..... All it needs is a helo pad.. 

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#LastPass 4.0 gets 5 stars & Editors' Choice from +PCMag! Check out Neil Rubenking's detailed review:

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2426798,00.asp  

#LastPass 4.0 gets 5 stars & Editors' Choice from +PCMag! Check out Neil Rubenking's detailed review:

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2426798,00.asp  ___

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2016-01-09 04:38:58 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Time to see what the hype is all about... #chromecastaudio



Time to see what the hype is all about... #chromecastaudio

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2016-01-08 14:18:19 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Google+ Activity Log
Google+ now features a list of all your actions including posts, comments, +1s, votes, blocks, and much more. You can access your Activity Log on Android, iOS, and the Web from the Settings menu.

Filter the list to find recent comments or other actions you've made (I personally find this very useful when I want to re-find conversations I've participated in) or easily remove any action you've taken on Google+ using the X on each list item.

As usual, you can tell us what you think about this new feature using the Send Feedback menu item. Thanks~

Google+ Activity Log
Google+ now features a list of all your actions including posts, comments, +1s, votes, blocks, and much more. You can access your Activity Log on Android, iOS, and the Web from the Settings menu.

Filter the list to find recent comments or other actions you've made (I personally find this very useful when I want to re-find conversations I've participated in) or easily remove any action you've taken on Google+ using the X on each list item.

As usual, you can tell us what you think about this new feature using the Send Feedback menu item. Thanks~___

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2016-01-07 05:43:15 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-07 00:36:07 (3 comments; 5 reshares; 82 +1s)Open 

Blue Angels Low Pass - Sends Tents flying...

https://youtu.be/_ba2wWgc8cU

Blue Angels Low Pass - Sends Tents flying...

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2016-01-07 00:31:26 (31 comments; 28 reshares; 196 +1s)Open 

A place for my Aviation Bucket List!

This footage was taken in a mountain range commonly called the “Mach Loop.” It’s located in Wales and the name derives from the fact that both the RAF and the USAF practice fast maneuvers in close proximity to the canyon walls and the ground. The training is meant to teach pilots how to fly in mountainous regions without radar detection, and this is where they do it.

This place draws the attention of many spectators as you can imagine. If you ever think of going, we found an actual timetable the British government releases that tells you EXACTLY when these exercises happen.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/operational-low-flying-training-timetable



A place for my Aviation Bucket List!

This footage was taken in a mountain range commonly called the “Mach Loop.” It’s located in Wales and the name derives from the fact that both the RAF and the USAF practice fast maneuvers in close proximity to the canyon walls and the ground. The training is meant to teach pilots how to fly in mountainous regions without radar detection, and this is where they do it.

This place draws the attention of many spectators as you can imagine. If you ever think of going, we found an actual timetable the British government releases that tells you EXACTLY when these exercises happen.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/operational-low-flying-training-timetable

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2016-01-06 16:27:48 (8 comments; 14 reshares; 311 +1s)Open 

SAAB AJS37 Viggen

SAAB AJS37 Viggen___

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2016-01-06 16:27:06 (15 comments; 17 reshares; 325 +1s)Open 

Belgian Air Force F-16

Belgian Air Force F-16___

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2016-01-05 06:37:15 (0 comments; 11 reshares; 212 +1s)Open 

SAAF CL-13B SABRE 6

SAAF CL-13B SABRE 6___

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2016-01-05 04:58:43 (14 comments; 25 reshares; 343 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-05 04:58:33 (26 comments; 54 reshares; 513 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-05 04:58:22 (15 comments; 21 reshares; 342 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-05 01:59:29 (10 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

I guess we will see if this new Casper Mattress is better than my 13 year old Tempurpedic.. Anyone here have one? Care to comment? 

I guess we will see if this new Casper Mattress is better than my 13 year old Tempurpedic.. Anyone here have one? Care to comment? ___

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2016-01-05 01:57:44 (0 comments; 9 reshares; 169 +1s)Open 

U.K. Duxford /Flying Legends 2015
Morane-Saulnier M.S.406 / Swiss version D-3801.

U.K. Duxford /Flying Legends 2015
Morane-Saulnier M.S.406 / Swiss version D-3801.___

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2016-01-03 17:21:48 (8 comments; 7 reshares; 171 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-03 17:21:33 (17 comments; 4 reshares; 224 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-03 17:21:20 (17 comments; 12 reshares; 340 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-02 18:07:58 (11 comments; 21 reshares; 252 +1s)Open 

B2 air to air footage flying over the Rose Bowl

http://theaviationist.com/2016/01/02/b-2-air-to-air-footage-rose-bowl/

B2 air to air footage flying over the Rose Bowl

http://theaviationist.com/2016/01/02/b-2-air-to-air-footage-rose-bowl/___

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2016-01-02 16:49:01 (2 comments; 6 reshares; 138 +1s)Open 

P-51D Mustang Quick Silver Closeup, in Black and White

P-51D Mustang Quick Silver Closeup, in Black and White___

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2016-01-02 03:06:10 (30 comments; 20 reshares; 337 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-02 03:05:59 (6 comments; 5 reshares; 115 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-02 03:05:48 (14 comments; 9 reshares; 251 +1s)Open 

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2016-01-02 03:05:38 (24 comments; 30 reshares; 473 +1s)Open 

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2015-12-31 21:43:37 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

10,000 Sparklers Stuffed Into a Pot and Lit Simultaneously for a Fiery Display

10,000 Sparklers Stuffed Into a Pot and Lit Simultaneously for a Fiery Display___

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2015-12-31 21:38:22 (2 comments; 4 reshares; 132 +1s)Open 

Wally's War
The wartime story of Wally Layne

Wally's War
The wartime story of Wally Layne___

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2015-12-31 21:38:07 (17 comments; 35 reshares; 462 +1s)Open 

F-35C

F-35C___

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2015-12-30 14:48:57 (7 comments; 16 reshares; 326 +1s)Open 

That's A Heck Of A Heritage Flight! B-52 and B17 Formation.
(AirRace21)

That's A Heck Of A Heritage Flight! B-52 and B17 Formation.
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2015-12-30 06:29:49 (17 comments; 19 reshares; 278 +1s)Open 

Fired out

Fired out___

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2015-12-30 06:29:19 (5 comments; 10 reshares; 209 +1s)Open 

Des Hommes et des Machines
Men and Machines
Duxford 2014-07

Des Hommes et des Machines
Men and Machines
Duxford 2014-07___

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2015-12-30 06:28:26 (4 comments; 6 reshares; 124 +1s)Open 

A Fairey Firefly that ended its working life as a target tug in Sweden, waiting restoration at IWM Duxford. They do have the wings! They're stored in another hanger, near the Super Sabre.
I've tried to photo this one many times, but it's challenge to fit in the huge prop and keep the background clear of parts of other aircraft.
#albatroff   #firefly   #fairey   #fighter   #navy   #airplane   #aeroplane   #plane   #aviation   #aircraft   #duxford   #iwm   #cambridgeshire  

A Fairey Firefly that ended its working life as a target tug in Sweden, waiting restoration at IWM Duxford. They do have the wings! They're stored in another hanger, near the Super Sabre.
I've tried to photo this one many times, but it's challenge to fit in the huge prop and keep the background clear of parts of other aircraft.
#albatroff   #firefly   #fairey   #fighter   #navy   #airplane   #aeroplane   #plane   #aviation   #aircraft   #duxford   #iwm   #cambridgeshire  ___

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2015-12-30 06:28:15 (2 comments; 5 reshares; 127 +1s)Open 

Moments...

Moments...___

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