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CoolPix - Airshow: Inside Matt Younkin's Twin Beech

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 Sure, this CoolPix would more interesting if it was taken when Matt Younkin was sitting up front and the airplane was upside-down like the pic below, but first I'd have to figure out how to get that picture! I still think it's pretty sweet taking a look inside the beautiful ole Twin Beech that Matt does his fabulous airshows in.

 I got the pic recently at the Indy Air Show. I had never seen inside his airplane before, and I was a little surprised by how nicely it's finished off. That gorgeous headliner kinda seals the deal for me... really helps to give it that golden-age-of-aviation feel. I was also pleased with the way the pic turned out since I wasn't actually inside the airplane. I just held the camera inside and had the self-timer set so I could try to get things centered and framed well. It's almost right down the middle!

 Matt will be up at Oshkosh in July flying the Twin Beech in both the day and night shows. Between the sound, the massive smoke, and the graceful flying, it's pretty hard to beat what Matt brings to the airshow world!


Check out my podcast with Matt Younkin to learn about flying Twin Beech aerobatics


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