Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale

Postby redbearing on Mon 13 Jan 2020, 3:06 pm

More from KFLL, various locations and dates, thanks.


1.ImageN322SG by rob starling, on Flickr

2.ImageC-GEGC by rob starling, on Flickr

3.ImageN162AA by rob starling, on Flickr

4.ImageN284AV by rob starling, on Flickr

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6.ImagePR-AUB by rob starling, on Flickr

7.ImageC-FIYA by rob starling, on Flickr

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9.ImagePR-ANY by rob starling, on Flickr

10.ImageN57111 by rob starling, on Flickr

11.ImageN14102 by rob starling, on Flickr

12.ImageN169DZ by rob starling, on Flickr

13.ImageMia Inbound by rob starling, on Flickr

14.ImageN559AS by rob starling, on Flickr

15.ImageN554NW by rob starling, on Flickr

16.ImageN907NK by rob starling, on Flickr

17.ImageN743AV by rob starling, on Flickr

18.ImageAA inbound MIA by rob starling, on Flickr

19.ImageC6-BFR by rob starling, on Flickr

20.ImageN927JA by rob starling, on Flickr

21.ImageN612PR by rob starling, on Flickr

22.ImageXA-OLE by rob starling, on Flickr

23.ImageN706KW by rob starling, on Flickr

24.ImageN37267 by rob starling, on Flickr

25.ImageN342FR by rob starling, on Flickr

26.ImageN581NW by rob starling, on Flickr

27.ImageN2029J D by rob starling, on Flickr

28.ImageLN-LNP by rob starling, on Flickr

29.ImageN537AS by rob starling, on Flickr

30.Image767 inbound MIA by rob starling, on Flickr
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Re: Fort Lauderdale

Postby farnboroughrob on Mon 13 Jan 2020, 5:27 pm

Nice, was there in October but didn't see too many special schemes like you did. So spoilt for choice for viewing plus we had a view of departures from our pool. The Bahamas ATR's eluded us the 4 days we were around. The Azul E195 is a long way from home, only saw their A330 and A320N. Did get a couple of ever diminishing Delta MD-88's. Great airport with a good selection of traffic.
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Re: Fort Lauderdale

Postby D90Man on Tue 14 Jan 2020, 3:53 pm

Lovely shots Rob :clap:
"Sharpness is in the eye of the holder"
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Re: Fort Lauderdale

Postby ikarus on Tue 14 Jan 2020, 6:37 pm

Absolutely superb photos :clap:
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Re: Fort Lauderdale

Postby BMrider on Wed 15 Jan 2020, 5:47 am

Great stuff Rob :up:
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Re: Fort Lauderdale

Postby Blackbird on Thu 16 Jan 2020, 4:21 pm

Great set :clap: - thank you.

Andy :smile:
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Re: Fort Lauderdale

Postby DOUGHNUT on Fri 17 Jan 2020, 9:20 am

Is there a good spotters guide for Lauderdale. Also which are the best hotels for photography
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Re: Fort Lauderdale

Postby redbearing on Sun 19 Jan 2020, 10:14 am

Not much of a guide really, but you have so many places to use, Hibiscus Garage is the number one slot, as you are between runways, Gardner is the official viewing area, but its been closed due to the 10L/28R resurface work, I believe its due to reopen shortly, if it has not already. The park in Griffin Road is ideal as it is raised so its easily to take photos without the fence being in the foreground. Hotels literally hundreds all around the airport.

BSO (Broward Sheriff Office) have a great attitude and accept photographers as part of the airport, however they do not appreciate People being underneath the direct approach of the aircraft (signs up saying no stopping, no standing etc) but if that's your bag simply cross the I95 into Ravenswood road and you can get head on shots without any problem and plenty of parking for your vehicle. I use my bike everyday as it costs nothing to use the parking garage (3 USD per hour for vehicles).


Happy snapping

Robert
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