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David Franks

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David Franks last won the day on 10 November 2019

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About David Franks

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  • Birthday 03/04/1960

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    David Franks
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    McAlester, Oklahoma USA
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    Photography, Aviation, Music
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  1. Same locomotive, different angle and distance+ slightly different post process
  2. A pair of GE Dash 8-40BW locomotives belonging to a local railroad, Arkansas-Oklahoma Railroad (A-OK) FujiFilm X-H1, XF16-55mm F/2.8 R LM WR
  3. A gorgeous North American T-6A Texan (N9790Z) Lifting Off During The Wings Over Dallas Event
  4. A 1947 fully restored Beech D18S (C-45) photo pass
  5. Wow! That ride would cost $1000 plus these days.
  6. Thanks Vivion. No, Chino is on my someday bucket list. I usually focus on the immediate area of north and central Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas. Actually the Corsair is a beautiful aircraft in the air. Powerful yet graceful as she twists and turns. But when she points her nose toward the ground she becomes angry and menacing and you realize how and why she got the nickname whistling death.
  7. 1943 Goodyear FG-1D Corsair (N9964Z) caught on takeoff
  8. A gorgeous North American T-6G Texan (N6253C) providing ride flights at the event
  9. Noticed it very early this morning, basically unresponsive. Much better now.
  10. Walking around downtown this morning with my new X-H1 and XF16-55mm F/2.8 lens. Really liking this body and lens as a walk around rig.
  11. Same here Mike, guess I was around 7 or 8. Once together it was almost indestructible as I recall, perfect for a young boy to play with outside.
  12. Couple shots of a SNJ-5 in training squadron colors (Navy version of the T-6 Texan)
  13. Love this old Diamond T Motor Company pickup on display at the Mid America Flight Museum (Mt. Pleasant, Texas). A 40's vintage I'm assuming.
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