People were really sand-blasted from behind with this 27 departure.I know not technically perfect but how often do you get to snap an airborne 747 30ft above you.
Frame six of my Corsair 747 SXM 27 departure.Still shooting on a wide angle lens and the aircraft is still only at around 50-60ft and starting a slight turn to the right.
You have to be down on the beach early to get this type of light.
The lowest main stream airliner I have seen over the beach.The wake was incredible a couple of seconds later.The young girl playing chicken with the 757 ended up in the sand along with several oth... (more)
Picture taken just in front of the Sunset bar straight down the beach.With people scattered at various distances away gives perspective to the small size of Maho beach.
Aerial view taken after take-off from runway 10 features pier B which is in use since 1972.
Evening shot of one the best spotting location there is.Taken directly on Maho Beach and if the 747 looks a bit distant it is due to the 10-20mm effect.Lat. 18°02'20.55"N, Long.63°07.32"W.
Well the runway is beside a beach.
Very low approach by a Delta.The bikini girl with a bottle of beer appears to be trying to indicate something to the Delta....I wonder is she saying that the runway is the other side of the fence.
Winair`s Paula,takes the approach into St.Barth a little higher than normal due to the conditions today.
A trick of the lens makes it look like this girl is making some inflight adjustments to the Corsair.
Air Caraibes A330.This time the first shot on the data base of a srs. 300 of that airline over the famous beach.My Daughter decides to get a metre closer by standing atop a small sand mound.
9V-SFE retains evidence of it`s time with Great Walls.