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Boeing 737-800 (N8555Z) - A pair of split scimitar winglets.
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Boeing 737-800 (N8555Z)


A pair of split scimitar winglets.


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Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
I was sitting next to a very young lady. As we conversed about the B738, she described all the differences between the B738 and the Max 8. I was amazed. When I asked how she knew all of the information, she proudly explained to me that she had been flying on Southwest Airlines since she was one year old. When I asked her how old she is now, she said, "I'm eleven now." And when I inquired if she had any idea what career she might be interested in, she looked right at me and said, "I will be a pilot on an airline someday." I have no doubt that she will.
C.W. Reed
Hi Gary!

She'll probably end up flying for WN from the sounds of it! You probably saw SBN/EKM during your flights...I waved at you!! LOL

Glenn Mottley
Really nice composition Gary.
Luiz Vieira
Nice pic.!!
First comment writer Gary: I would've considered exchanging her for my daughter.
Love of flying and aviation is something that comes from deep inside.
Still crushed my daughter would have nothing to do with it.
However, my good friend JV has a daughter that loves flying, and, she just got upgraded to Captain on the Caravan flying the islands of Hawaii.
At least I get to live somewhat vicariously, and, I'll take it!!!
Michael Wulfsohn
Beautiful, very artistic pic! It should be framed in an art museum.
marylou anderson
A LUV shot!
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Marylou, Glenn, Luiz, and Michael ... Your comments are appreciated very much. Michael .... Yours is an extremely kind comment. I doubt it is worthy of an art museum; however, I was just contacted and granted permission for a certain airline to use it as desired, so maybe it will end up in a mag or a poster. Robert Mills, Jr ..... Many Congrats to your friend JV's daughter. Her promotion is an exceptional achievement. As for your daughter, I'm sure you were merely joshing when you mentioned that you "would've considered exchanging" your daughter. (smile) As you said, "Love of flying and aviation ... comes from deep inside." Your daughter recognized that she did not have that particular love inside herself. Trust her judgment, respect her decision, be proud of her, and cherish every moment you have with her. I would not care one iota that our older son never inherited my love of aviation or photography if we could just have him back.
Greg Byington
Nicely done, Gary!
Viv Pike
Great pic, Gary. I am wondering as to all the closed window blinds. Was that plane a RON perhaps?
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