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    KMIA+KOPF (Image Heavy)

    Spent a little more time around KMIA and took a spin over by Opa Locka....what an incredible place!!!!

    First the Opa Locka shots...



















    AAAND the KMIA stuff....27/30 ops are INCREDIBLE!!!!









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    Mike ............ KILLLLLER set man !!!!! Love em all, great work ! Keep em coming
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    DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUDE! That set is SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICK!!!!!!!!!! Where were you shooting those from? That is one killer angle. And were you out wandering around the ramp at OPF?
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    thanks guys...hopefully i'll get a couple more days down there before I have to leave....I shot OPF from the fence off a 6' ladder and had no problems whatsoever...I've heard that the people there will either talk to you socially or invite you in for a tour
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    In the kindest/nicests of ways Mike... Eff Uuu ROTFL Damn, I wish I had a few more days down there... KMIA is a little hidden gem of contrasts... the cargo ops are just incredible.

    And Opa Locka seems to have a nice little collection of its own...
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    Killer set for sure.... the ladder makes all the difference getting over the fence at MIA


    Sure makes you want to go spotting there....


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    Killer set, Mike. Come up to Jax and I'll get you a ride in a Seahawk... ;)

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    Great set!

    Who's up for a NYCA weekend trip down to MIA?
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    Great set Mike! If I ever get down I'll need to borrow your ladder for some spotting.

    I would definitely consider a trip to MIA, but my next trip is to LAX in a few weeks for some spotting.
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    Even a ladder won't help from the restaurant parking lot... For the Holes you don;t need one and CAN'T use one or else get arrested. From the Furniture Parking lot you absolutely do not need one.
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    sickeningly awesome!

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    Thanks everyone! And to clarify, while I have seen a few guys using ladders at the El Dorado spot, it is absolutely unnecessary. There is a concrete barrier about 10 feet long you can stand on and unless you're 4' tall you'll be able to shoot over the fence, at least for the longer ground shots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeholerglory View Post
    Thanks everyone! And to clarify, while I have seen a few guys using ladders at the El Dorado spot, it is absolutely unnecessary. There is a concrete barrier about 10 feet long you can stand on and unless you're 4' tall you'll be able to shoot over the fence, at least for the longer ground shots.
    Hey, some of us are about 4' tall Nice photos...got to get down there someday.
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