Tue, May 11, 2004
Words Just Get In The Way When Tyson Has A Camera
When we grow up (or enter our second childhood, we're not sure
which), I want to be Tyson Rininger. He gets to fly in really cool
airplanes and he gets to take pictures of even more cool airplanes.
Here's his latest series of stills shot at the Paraiso Vineyards
Air Show (And Haircut Party).
Tyson writes, "One of my favorite shows of the season. Great
food, Great wine and a great time with some of the best pilots in
the country! All of the images are full-frame taken while standing
on the ground! Won't need a hair cut for at least another couple of
Right. Shut up and let the pictures do the talking.
One more thing from Tyson:
"As always, special thanks to Jennifer Smith from Paraiso
Vineyards and Wayne Handley for the use of his airfield.
Pilots Sean DeRosier, Nick Nilmeyer, Jacquie Warda, David Ellison,
Steve Appleton, Rocky Hill, Dr. Bryan Adams, Lonnie and Aaron, Rich
Perkins, Jim, Chris and Bob of the Showcopters along with Spartan
and Waco owner, Gigi Brisson."
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