Wings Over Houston, the last airshow of the Season
For the past few years I have gone to the Wings Over Houston Airshow. WoH is the last major airshow of the season and is usually a lot of fun. The planes arrive on Thursday and Friday with performances over the following two days. It’s a whole lot packed inside a short time frame. The airshow is based out of Ellington Field, Houston, TX. It’s home to a couple of museums including the Texas Flying Legends Museum. Their fleet of aircraft were constantly on display and flying for everyone to enjoy. Now I actually got back in late last night so i haven’t had time to get through all the thousands of images I took but I thought I’d share a couple of quick clicks from the ramp.
Saturday morning was an absolutely gorgeous morning to photograph static planes on the ramp. We had a great sky and plenty of subjects to choose from. I naturally followed the light which lead me to the lineup and the Tigercat parked by itself. Both shot with the D4 and 24-70 AF-S, finished in Adobe Camera Raw. This is just a taste of the fun we had, there’s plenty more to come this week.