Intrigue at the North Perry Airport
25° 19″ 48″ N / 80° 13′ 57″ W
Evidence of a person on a mission, we hope, with a fuselage in the foreground — photo by Joseph May
Actually, that looks more like a Folland Gnat!
You are much more expert than I!
I’ll go to the original and determine the fuselage length — that should do it 🙂
I was also influenced by the business of the man, as it turns out he specializes in the Magister and right here in the Miami area (who would have thought!) I’ll try to recontact him and interview him if possible. I had the chance before and blew it with having to work.
Of course it is a Folland Gnat! Thanks 🙂
i would tend to agree with short finals..basically with the configuration and shape of the canopies…greatg shots of the Fouga Magister that you had recorded previously. You certainly live in a great state for aviation!! thanks! d
You are being kind. Of course Ross is correct! When I saw his comment I felt like a cornerback trying to cover a wide receiver from the Olympic 4×400 meter relay team on a fly pattern — oof! So I made the caption generic 🙂
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