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Aerial photograph of Mount Rainier and the Tacoma Narrows Bridges taken on April 20, 2009. My friend even let me take the controls—he’s a very brave person.
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My photographs are not always technically correct, I tend to break the rules but I do that knowing what the rules are and having a reason to do so. My photographic images are what and how I see the world around me in my minds eye—they are who I am.
Gorgeous view of that wonderful mountain! Dee
Thanks Diane, she was really standing out that day!
– Bryan Peterson
Thank you Lucin.
Great shot Bryan, what aircraft were you in ?
Thanks John, we were up in a Cesna 172. It’s been over 20 years since I’ve been up in a small plane…I had a fantastic time and even managed to fly straight and level (for the most part).
Lov the floating look of the Mt.
Thanks Paul…the haze does make it look like it’s floating doesn’t it.
Thanks Deb. For John to let me take the controls he was very brave indeed—but his hands were never far from the controls also. This flying could become a habit if it didn’t cost $150 an hour!
Wonderful view! Fantastic!
Thank you Jens
Wow! Thank you very much Marjorie.
WOW.. fantastic shot Bryan!!!
Thank you Kathy.
What a view! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Brian—I need to sweet talk John into taking me up again. Flying around in a small plane gives you a whole new perspective of what we tend to take for granted.