Loving the second photo, just coming over the top of the rocks so nice and a great sky too.
Thanks Steven for your kind comment 🙂
I learned to fly back in 1981 at Corona Airport in southern California in a 1946 Aeronca Champ. Did cross-countries in a 1947 Citabria and visited small airports all over the state. In 1982, I had a engine quit on take-off in a Cessna 152. :^O Any landing you can walk away from is a good landing. ;^) Love your post and appreciate your bringing back flying memories!
wow, something I would love to be able to do, that must be soooo exciting except engines stalling. Fantastic.. When I was very young a family friend invited me to go in a Cessna but my Father did the parental worry thing and would not let me go up.. who knows where I,d be now 🙂 thanks for your comment brilliant.. and your photo’s are simply stunning by the way very jealous 🙂
Nice one. The top image is great.
Brilliant Thanks Graham 🙂
I’m with Graham – the first image is brill, with the light catching the wing. Luck? timing? doesn’t matter, really 🙂
Oh, and the other images are also up to your usual standard 🙂
Oh it was Luck… 🙂 thanks 😉
Me too! Nice pics!
thanks for your kind words 🙂
I have done para sailing but never gliding… one day!!! 😀 nice pics 🙂
your much braver than me 🙂
I’ve always fancied doing something like this, maybe I should think about it harder before I get too old.
Lovely pictures, especially the first one. 🙂
Thanks, it seems like a good idea when you see them.. but could I do it…mmm
Good images let your imagination fly….and yep, I too wish I could fly for real!
You seem them buzzing up and down the coast looks an awful long way up… not so bad if the tide is in 🙂
Wonderful photos – wish I had the nerve to do that!
Thanks, must be a great feeling when the weather is good 🙂
great sense of freedom and the open expansiveness of the sky in these shots .. I want to fly, too!
Now that’s something I’ve always wanted to try….
What a great adventure! 😀
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