Cloud cover at 800 feet? No big deal, let’s shoot an instrument approach at KRHV!
Calm winds, blue skies. What a perfect day to solo! My instructor and did a few laps around the pattern before he asked me to pull over and let him out. After he got out, he told me to do three take offs and landings before turning to the hanger. Take a trip with me around the pattern, and let me share with you a moment I will never forget.
Having almost spun the 172 during stall practice, I felt uneasy flying without hands on spin recovery training. After practicing about 10 different spins, I felt much more confident that I could recover from an unintentional spin. I would highly recommend any pilot who has not physically recovered from a spin, find an aerobatic instructor and do it.
Not wanting to land quite yet, what started with basic spin recovery ended up as inverted flight, some snap rolls, and a few hammerheads!
Part two of my Fiji footage, this time I wanted to focus on the rock formations and seascapes.
Video was shot using a GoPro2 with the GoPro dive housing on an Ultralight tray with two Sola Video 2000s. Everything was edited together in Final Cut X.
People really aren’t kidding when they say this is one of the top dive destinations in the world. So much life, and so much color…can’t wait for the next trip out.
Video was shot using a GoPro2 with the GoPro dive housing on an Ultralight tray with two Sola Video 2000s. The Solas were great at night, but during the day I had to get really close in order to pick up the light on the GoPro. Topside video shot on my 5D3 on a Glidecam. Everything was edited together in Final Cut X.
This weekend some of my buddies came over to my ocean. Now, not all of them were real divers but as we dove together over the weekend, they’ve begun to understand the bro diver philosophy.