May 18th, 2013
After a long winter, the airshow season finally started again. For me the first movements could be photographed at the Stampe Fly-In at Antwerp, Belgium. While the weather did not cooperate at all, still some interesting aircraft showed up besides the Stampe SV.4 Aircraft. The absolute highlight appeared in the shape of the Spitfire Mk.Tr.9C, build in 1944 as a single seat Spitfire and currently flying as a two seat Spitfire.
A small photo report is now online on my website; Link to photo report
March 30th, 2013
A two page article is published in the Spring edition of Dutch based magazine “Heerlen Vertelt”. One photograph illustrates the research article on a F-86 crash in Heerlen in 1955.
The article gives a in-depth review of the first alarming sounds in the cockpit, to the non-reversible cause and crash of the F-86 just meters from a couple of houses in Heerlen.
March 3rd, 2013
In addition to the updated gallery layout, I added also a new small gallery called “Photo Bucket”. As the name implies will this gallery show photographs I made over the years during shows or meetings. While the complete show or meeting not made the final cut into the gallery, could I not resist in publishing some of the shots made. Hope you enjoy, find the new gallery section here.
November 11th, 2012
Just a small “heads up” for those interested. Scorpion Aviation V4.0 has been finalized, after many months of hard work. As can be seen in the galleries, are some shows and/or exercise reports removed. First of all due to the lack of interesting aircraft present, not enough good angles or photographs, and main reason for me is the fact that my interests in aviation have completely switched. Or to be more specific, my interests are now more focused on my main interests. Read the rest of this entry »