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My best aerial shot (ever)

Looks like this is the best image I’ve ever made…

More than 1.050 shares in 4 days on Facebook, and still sharing… πŸ˜€ The strange thing is even when you don’t expect the image is going to be liked, and the audience loves it!

I didn’t get any richer with this, but it’s simply nice that the image had such a huge success πŸ˜€

So, I think this would be theΒ best shot ever taken by myself, at least it’s what the audience thinks πŸ˜‰

Tazacorte, La Palma

Tazacorte, La Palma

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6 thoughts on “My best aerial shot (ever)

  1. Morning Stan,

    Well, it is a great shot. I think the reason folks like it so much is that it is vertical – and really interesting. And that steep cliff face on the left – is really steep! Also, I’m sure that most folks also do not realise or appreciate that the very first flight from the Canary Islands took place on that black pebble beach in 1913!

    Think we had better put this shot in the book. There is still time. Just send me the hi res file.

    Still wading through the proof reading – bit like taking ATPL exams!

    Best,

    John.

    On Mon, 3 Sep 2018 at 09:21, Stan’s blog – Sharing (not only) my flying experiences… wrote:

    > Stan posted: “Looks like this is the best image I’ve ever made… More > than 1.050 shares in 4 days on Facebook, and still sharing… πŸ˜€ The > strange thing is even when you don’t expect the image is going to be liked, > and the audience loves it! I didn’t get any richer w” >

    • Thank you John!

      Well yes, it’s a nice image, I have to admit it as well :-). But was not expecting such a big acceptance… πŸ™‚

      I’ll send it to you and maybe it will appear in the book; fresh content could be always welcome…

      I think there is no comparation to the ATPL QB in the whole universe… πŸ™‚

      All the best,
      Stan

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