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    A few Highlights from Sat 6-10

    I spent the afternoon shooting with Tom T. Unfortunately nothing of any real significance showed up. Got a few stickers and a/c types I needed to knock off the list. Because of slow moving Cu s' a lot of the shots were in the shadows of the clouds while the background had blue sky.

    We came across a local photog Min that we haven't met before. Nice to meet you and I enjoyed the chat! Hopefully we will meet up in the future sometime.








    Senga

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    Senga, that Eurofly is awesome! That was at JFK this morning?
    When does it leave? That might be the next plane I want!
    And I, I took the path less traveled by
    and that has made all the difference......yet...
    I have a feeling a handle of people are going to be very interested in what I post in the near future.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/showphotos.php?userid=187

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    Hi Mario,
    I shot it on Saturday. Another Efly A330 landed shortly before with the same sticker. If you go out you are pretty much going to get the sticker :)

    Senga

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    Mario - Two Eurofly A330s came in on Saturday and both of them had the new sticker.

    Great to meet Min. Hope to see you out there again.

    Yes, it was a good afternoon. Nothing outstanding, but a lot scratched off the list.

    Tom
    "Keep 'em Flying"

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    I was on Cross Bay for about 30 minutes earlier...Gorgeous day out there. Saw just the usual stuff though.....

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    Hi Senga, Tom and everyone else,

    1st time poster, long time reader.
    Anyway, likewise Tom and Senga! I was my pleasure to meet and have a chat with you guys. I wish I could have spent a little more time there.

    Pardon my laziness, but can you tell me how to post photos like you guys did. I have a few photos of the US Air Force Connie that I took on my recent trip to the west coast that I think Tom would be interested in. Plus, of course the photos of those diecasts that I promised you guys.

    Better yet, go to this website:

    http://www.brinkley.cc/

    This Brinkley gentleman has almost all of the diecast aircrafts that were made photographed, posted on his website. Very interesting. Check it out.

    Till next time.
    Take care folks!
    Minh T.

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    Welcome to NYCA Minh,
    There will be plenty of opportunities for future meet-ups. That's is one amazing site there. How many models to you have in your collection again? I forgot.

    About posting pix,
    Some people post external to NYCA through a file hosting site. Others host their pix through NYCA. If you contact the NYCA admins they can give you more info on that. Its a fairly easy process.
    i'd love to see some pix of those diecast models you have.
    Senga

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