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Panoramic Photographs of Model Airports

I enjoy photographing flying fields across the country. My fellow RC friends put a lot of time and work into these fields. I would love to come and fly with you and photograph your field!

 

Click on the Panoramic Photo Above to Take a Closer Look at the Utah Modelport. Elevation 4200 feet.

Click on the Panoramic Photo Above to Take a Closer Look at the Propnuts' flying field in North Las Vegas, Nevada. I flew there on July 23, 2005. Elevation 2400 feet.

Click on the Panoramic Photo Above to Take a Clower Look at the Bear River Modelers flying field in Evanston, Wyoming. Elevation 7000 feet. The day I flew here, the density altitude was 9800 feet!

Click on the Panoramic Photo Above to Take a Clower Look at the Desert Wings flying field at Price, Utah. Elevation 5600 feet. I flew here on August 13, 2005. What a GREAT flying field!

Click on the Panoramic Photo Above to Take a Closer Look at the Flying Tigers' flying field at Guymon, Oklahoma. Elevation 3016 feet. Guymon is only about 45 miles from my hometown, Spearman, Texas. I would love to get up and fly with these guys sometime when I get back home.

Click on the Panoramic Photo Above to Take a Closer Look at the Remote Control Association of Central Florida's flying field. Elevation 90 feet. Click here to see their website They have a 7800 foot paved runway and Bob Violett from BVM Jets a does all of his testing at this field.

This is the third little pond/lake that I have flown my floatplane on. I am officially calling it "Floatplane Lake Number 3". Elevation is 115 feet above sea level. It is in an undeveloped subdivision in the southern part of Winter Garden, Florida. The first lake had too many cattails sticking up. The second one had too much moss on the shore. It would completely cover my water rudder so badly that I couldn't steer the airplane. This little lake looks like it is going to be perfect!

This is Lakeland Linder Field in Lakeland Florida at Florida Jets on Friday March 5, 2010. Click Here to go to the Official Florida Jets page.

The Fountain City Flyers fly off this beautiful grass strip near Prattville, Alabama. This photo was taken on March 25, 2010.

The Fountain City Flyers held a Senior Pattern Association competition on March 27, 2010.

The Central Alabama Sport Flyers fly off of this large, beautiful field in central Alabama. March 26, 2010

This is the Elmore County RC Club's field near Deatsville, Alabama. March 26, 2010