I took all that I wrote on this blog and have deleted it.
I do not want to be negative about any of my shoots and any of my previous clients. My apologies if I have offended anyone.
I will only post good stories from now on. The hard lessons I learn, I will keep to myself as confidentiality is a very important part of this industry I am in. I learned some tough, but valuable lessons from this; and I will get back up on the horse and ride again.
Thanks to a good friend who told me to remove the negative story. I appreciate his friendship, his wise counsel and for being a big supporter of what I am trying to do by becoming a better person, a better man and a better Christian.
Enjoy the photos.
Well according to Word Press, I have 44 blogs/posts to my credit, so only 156 more to become relevant in the blog word, according to what someone told me. They said to be even noticed in the blog world, you need 200 blogs, so I am about 1/4 of the way there.
Here are a few more shots from my recent corporate jet shoot with two Embraer Legacy jets, as well as a Lear Jet 60.
I kept trying to find the gear shift on this baby, so I could reverse it out of the hangar and go take it for a spin. But I couldn’t find it. LOL !! I don’t know how to fly any type of aircraft, I’m just joking. How I would love to go up in the skies for a ride in this beautiful corporate jet, though. Totally different environment versus an American Eagle or Continental Express flight, as both of those airlines use this type of jet in regional airline operations.
Hope you enjoy the photos.
Flying over Palo Duro Canyon at about 6000 feet.
Front shot of a Lear Jet 60 I photographed recently.
Back shot of a Lear Jet 60 I photographed recently.
Front cabin shot of one of the Embraer jets I photographed recently.
Mid cabin shot of one of the Embraer jets I photographed recently.