Posts Tagged ‘historic’

Whistling Death

The first Vought F4U Corsair was delivered to the U.S. Navy in 1940 but due to landing performance issues it became a land based fighter bomber for the U.S. Mar

Selection of black and white photographs capturing the magic of tall ships

Selection of black and white photographs capturing the magic of sailing on a tall ship.

Sailors climbing in the rigging of a tall ship

Black and white photograph of sailors climbing in the rigging of an 18th century sailing ship.


Route 66 Bridge Over Padre Canyon

Buy this picture Padre Canyon Bridge spans the Padre Canyon in Arizona, east of Flagstaff. Once part of the National Old Trails Highway, and later Route 66, it’s construction allowed vehicles to pass over Padre Canyon whose steep canyon walls were a major transportation obstacle on the relatively flat Arizona high desert since the days […]

Under the Turkey’s Wing

Buy this picture Grumman TBM-3 Avenger, bu85983, piloted by Chuck Wentworth is taxied during the 2013 Grass Valley Airfest held at the Nevada County Airport in California’s gold country. This aircraft, like many of the former World War II torpedo bombers saw duty as sprayers and aerial firefighting platforms. Rick Pisio Website – Blog – […]

Rigging on the tall ship Götheborg

Photograph of masts and rigging on the Swedish replica Eastindiaman Götheborg.


Unique & Different: Light Painting

The most famos barns in the world Light Painted. In this day and age of digital photography, almost everyone is a photographer. At the very least most everyones photographic sophistication is way up. What was once considered photography unique to those who shot for National Geographic Magazine has now become known as a cliche’. To […]