Recently a lightning caused fire burned more than half of Antelope Island. The other day, I took a minute to take a quick lap around the island to check things out. Only part of the island was accessible, but I'm happy with the views I brought home. Both images are stitched panoramas, consisting of multiple vertical images. You should click on the images to see them full sized.
July 29, 2016
July 22, 2016
July 19, 2016
July 13, 2016
July 10, 2016
A couple of weeks ago, I got the opportunity to spend the day at the Warriors Over the Wasatch air show and open house at Hill Air Force Base. As always, it was an amazing show and a great way to spend the day. Things have gotten a bit busy around here, and I haven't completely worked through my bucket of images, but I figured that it was about time that I got some posted.
It's always cool to see the Thunderbirds all lined up. Notice that there is one missing due to an incident a few weeks previous.
The Army's Golden Night team always puts on a good show.
These next few shots are of some of the local F16 crew. We see these guys all the time, it was fun to see them up close.
HAFB is home to these guys, so we see them from time to time. Experiencing the F35 up close like this was amazing!
The traditional Heritage Flight pairs old tech with new.
Pretty sure this is my favorite shot of the day.
What happens when you try to get Lightroom to do a panorama with source images that don't quite line up?
The Breitling team was another highlight of the show. The precision and grace of this team was exceptional.