Friday Photo: Bahama blue

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The sight: Surreal bird’s-eye views over the Schooner Cays, Bahamas The pilot: Capt. Paul Harding

The aircraft: Cessna 172F The objective

: Aerial digital photography compensation The memory: A landscape usually flown over however one that continues to surprise. On an appointed picture shoot of the island of Eleuthera, one overlooks these cays. We call it “our Van Gogh!”

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Captain Paul Harding, initially from the UK, was given the Bahamas as a young person after being informed in England. In 1989 he purchased a manufacturing facility brand-new straight-float seaplane from Maule Air in Georgia– not having an idea exactly how to fly! He participated in trip college at Rockledge Air Park on the eastern shore of Florida. He soled in 9 hrs and also passed his PPL with simply 40 hrs. He after that included a seaplane ranking at Jack Brown’s Seaplane Base in Winter Haven to enhance his brand-new seaplane with simply much less than 48 hrs overall time. For many years he included all his commercial/instrument/multi rankings in land and also sea. Paul created the initial industrial seaplane procedure in the Bahamas in 1990, retiring after 17 years with almost 14,000 hrs experience. He released his memoir, “Sharks in the Runway,” which is readily available on Amazon.
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