What we look at when we look at airplane pictures
According to author Robert Goyer: I've been thinking a lot lately about images of airplanes. It's a subject that pilots like us hold dear. It's hard to explain to a non-pilot, but there's something, and I hate to use this word, "magical" about certain photographs — a thousand-shades-of-gray image of a lonely straight-tail Skylane thousands of feet above a patchwork of farmer's fields below; a red-and-white Super Cub banking around a rugged outcropping and aiming for a tiny mountain clearing strip; a stately bizjet churning giant vortices behind as it tops a cloud deck.
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