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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Something for my fellow "avgeeks"

If you know me for longer than ten to twelve minutes you know of my love for aviation. The fact that I didn't end up a pilot (yet...) is one of the few real regrets of my life. However, I am fortunate to have a passion that is shared by many and more than a few friends that I can "avgeek" out with.  For those of you that are fellow aviation geeks, or if you are looking for a great Christmas Gift for someone with an Aviation Obsession, allow me to turn you onto the work of Brian J. Terwilliger.   His most recent work, "Living in the Age of Airplanes", was released this year.  Narrated by Harrison Ford and scored by James Horner (R.I.P.) the film is a testament to the beauty, accomplishments, and possibility of Aviation.  You can watch trailer number one here and trailer number two here. A list of locations where you can see the movie is here

Hie earlier work, One Six Right, is a view of the aviation world through Van Nuys Airport in California.  It is available on DVD and would make an excellent Christmas Gift for the aviation enthusiast in you or someone else.  Take a look at the preview here.  

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