Here are a few of my favorite shots from a recent Air2Air Workshop I did out in Arizona with Moose Peterson. It was a wonderful time and Moose was a great teacher. I was able to shoot a T-6G Texan from the air while in the back of another T-6 (Harvard). The back canopy was rigged to open all the way up, like a convertible but in reverse. This created a calm air pocket out of the slip stream to shoot from. Seeing that I have loved old WWII era planes since I was 8, this experience was spectacular. Open canopy, 70-200mm hand held, radio headset to direct chase plane while in tight orbit around Arizona’s red mountain landscape…just awesome. I also can’t say enough about the wonderful people of the CAF Arizona Wing at Falcon Field Airport. The other images are of a C-47 and SJ B-17.