I love to take pictures of airplanes. This dovetailed nicely with volunteering at the Carolinas Aviation Museum when I was in Charlotte, because it was often possible to work and shoot photos at the same time. The museum, in its original location was perfectly sited between two of the runways, and I got lots of nifty shots. I also got a lot of duds. Handheld point-and-shoot digital cameras aren't really made for shooting fast-moving objects. In the older models there's a sizable gap between when you press the button and when the camera actually takes the picture. Taking the kind of pictures I like to take was a learning experience, but I got pretty good at it. That said, I still take lousy pictures from time to time.
I don't remember exactly when or how I discovered Totally Jacked Up Aircraft Photos. Suffice to say that it provides a little spot of humor in the midst of all the serious blogs I read. At first, I had no intention of submitting anything to the blog. After all, I aspire to taking good pictures. Why would I want to share my failures?
Errare est humanum.