Photography Learning To Fly Posted on November 13, 2020November 12, 2020 by Thomas Slatin Owls Head Transportation MuseumSeptember 2016Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWhat Makes a Getty Images Photographer? Next PostAirplane Mechanic 23 thoughts on “Learning To Fly”I love old propeller planes like this 🙂 Amelia Desertsong recently posted..The Ship of Death (Poetry)Loading...ReplyLearning is one thing I love to always get. This picture will surely encourage one to wanna be a pilot.Loading...ReplyLearning to fly is one thing I still need to do. I know I have a phobia for height but I still need to flyLoading...ReplyI wish I can fly even this old model. I am always thinking how it feels uo there flying.Loading...ReplyLearning is one thing I love to always get. This picture will surely encourage one to wanna be a pilot.Loading...ReplyI will always love to fly a plane if given the opportunity. Being a pilot must have a great feat especially the women.Loading...ReplyThe photo looks very dated. I wonder which year it was taken.Loading...ReplyI miss seeing these old planes. They were such a marvel.Loading...ReplyAwesome black and white photo. The vintage look is impressive.Loading...ReplyThese are the days when pilots actually flew planes. Nowadays auto pilot is all the craze.Loading...ReplyIs your dad in this photo? I have a feeling he isLoading...ReplyThe plane looks like a Cesna. Those were real classics.Loading...ReplyThe building that is housing the plane must be huge. This is no small plane.Loading...ReplyThe men look like they all know how to fly. They might be engineers.Loading...ReplyWould you look at the size of those propellers! They are bigger than a full grown man!Loading...ReplyThe plane is under repair. It will be hitting the skies in no time.Loading...ReplyI love the design of the plane’s wings. I rarely see these old type planes anymore nowadays.Loading...ReplyThis is on some Orville Wright stuff.. I do not know if it is what this is but this is very photo album material. A page out of history I suppose.Loading...ReplyMan’s dream to be able to fly has sure come a very long way. I can’t wait what else is there to look forward to in the future!Loading...ReplyThis old propellers are really good to start learning how to fly. Just like using a manual car to learn drivingLoading...ReplyI am always amused how people learned to fly. Their deductive and observation skills are so much appreciated.Loading...ReplyI am very happy to find people who wish to fly. I like their observation skills are remarkable.Loading...ReplyI believe I can fly, that’s one think I still wanna learn. This old model really will have some features to easy learning how to flyLoading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.