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    Posted 5 years ago

    HalloweenG…
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    If you ever go flying in a small aircraft, don't eat beforehand, my advice.

    I shot this photo of the Cadillac Hotel, back in 1997 while hanging my torso out the window of a single engine aircraft (think it was a Cessna).

    Of course you won't be able to fly in this airspace anymore.

    I was so air sick from the heavy thermals!

    Film was Tri-X, ISO400, and was overexposed.

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    1. NevadaBlades, 5 years ago
      GREAT SHOT, HG! I felt the same way coming on the boat to America from Japan back in '56 ~ couldn't keep anything down! [;>)
    2. HalloweenGreene HalloweenGreene, 5 years ago
      Hey NB's thanks my friend!

      That is my best selling print.

      My brother lives in Tokyo. He, like quite a few of my good friends, married a Japanese girl. He's been over there for 11 years now and being a 6'4" hakujin, gaijin he really stands out. Hahaha

      Appreciate it!

      John

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