Posts Tagged ‘planes’

Day132 Riverside Airport

Bi-Plane

Bi-Plane

While running some morning errands, I noticed a “flock” of planes circling the Riverside Airport.

One of them happened to be this beautifully restored bi-plane.

I stopped by to take a look at what else might be part of the morning’s activities.

Filling the tarmac were old planes, stunt planes, you name it!

In talking with a few of the pilots, I learned that every Sunday a group of these weekend warriors get together for a little flight time.  Each week a different stop along their regular southern California path.

Day66 The Plane has Landed

A Plane?

A Plane?

During the last Riverside Art’s Walk (community art exhibit), I was asked by a few visitors if I had taken any photos of the “plane home”.

To be honest, I had absolutely no idea what this couple was talking about, and I am sure that this puzzled look resonated on my face.

They explained that there was a home, by the old dump, made out of an airplane.

After a bit of searching, I finally found this “wondrous” creation, with it’s wonderful view of…..uhm……the old dump??

Though perhaps not the most artistic photo that I have taken thus far, it may very well be the most “artistic” housing in Riverside.

Do I hear any bids??

Day31 Problem Child

Problem Child

Problem Child

Wow, I have made it to one month so far!  Only 11 more to go!

Most of my clients for the design (and photography) part of my life become personal friends.  That said, even if I am not currently doing work with them, as time permits, I like to stop by and visit.

On another, but related note, I am also a very punctual person.
That said, I am more than likely early than late for anything.

Today, like any other day, I was up early.
Way ahead in my day’s work, I decided to stop by the March Air Base Museum to take a few pictures. That is Riverside!

Well, the place was not open that early in the morning, so my photo opportunities were limited to what was located outside of the gate.

Immediately “Problem Child” caught my eye with its traditional pin-up style painting on the nose.