COCOA BEACH, Fla – You can spend a lot of time espousing about how amazing something is or you can just show that person what you mean. A picture, after all, is worth a thousand words. The pictures that AmericaSpace’s Mike Killian takes are worth far more than that and sadly words don’t come to one that sees his work – because they are often rendered speechless.
Killian attended to 2011 Cocoa Beach Air Show, pointed his Canon Rebel XSI to the skies and went to work. Killian has a knack for knowing just when to take the shot and we think you’ll agree that seeing these aircraft through his eyes – is an amazing experience.
AmericaSpace shares the sights of the Cocoa Beach Air Show, through the eyes of its new writer and photographer, Mike Killian.
Killian had been wanting to obtain one shot in particular, that of his co-worker Alan Walters hanging out the back of a HC-130P/N operated by the 920th Rescue Wing at Patrick Air Force Base. Killian got the shot he was hoping for (see below).
The plane that everyone was hoping to get a peek at during this year’s Cocoa Beach Air Show was the B-1 bomber. It thundered across the wave tops and out of sight – but not before being captured by AmericaSpace’s cameras.