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Air resistance

“Skin at 120 mph isn’t so attractive.” I don’t remember the exact quote verbatim but that is a good paraphrase.

Angels 15

I was told that it is a skydiving tradition that if you flash the pilot he will take you up a few thousand extra feet.

Behind the line

Painted down the inside of the plane was a red line. This marked the furthest back that I could sit and not unbalance the plane after the jumpers had left. I strapped myself in and got as close to that line as possible to shoot the girls as they left the plane.

This ain’t coach

I have flown quite a few times in my life. I don’t think even the high rollers in first class get this kind of treatment. This will probably go down as the best flight of my life.

Take-off

Time to get off the ground. I flew a couple jumps with this pilot. I can’t recall his name anymore since it has been a couple of months, but he is awesome. If you are a fan of the normal seats in the upright position, tray tables up type of flying I suggest you find […]

Makes Perfect

Practicing on the ground before making the first jump of the day.

Pretty in Pink

It is amazing how welcoming people can be towards people they have never met. It can be less then comfortable sometimes being a male photojournalist photographing the opposite sex. Photojournalism is inherently voyeuristic and it takes a lot of mental fortitude (at least for me) to push past those feelings to do the job. This […]

Nylon Wings

This story has been sitting on my hard drive for months. I went out to New Kent County when I heard a bout a group of women skydivers who wanted to raise money for breast cancer research. My friend was a part of this group, and I thought it would make an excellent photo story […]

Happy Thanksgiving

From Oliver and Eliza. Remember turkey bones are bad for dogs.

Runnin’ with the dogs

So Saturday was a great day. Liza met a new friend at the dog park. Meet Sherlock. Sherlock is owned by my friend and fellow photographer Jason. They had a good time but Liza spent a lot of time protecting her womanly virtue from the other dogs at the park. Sherlock in particular.