Central Minnesota and the rest of the state took notice today as investigators converged on the scene of the Rassier farm in St. Joseph. Even under a court order of secrecy, it was not hard for the public to make the connection that today’s investigation was related to the dissappearance of Jacob Wetterling in 1989. This photograph, taken in … Continue reading Investigation Continues…
See Radio Pilot News Service ground coverage of the Great Minnesota Airshow on Saturday. Flight Flash presents HD video of the performance. Click the link and enjoy! >>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCDvrW98dgo <<< Thank you WJON, Minnesota Public Radio, and Great Minnesota Air Show for the links!
After a brief downburst of rain in St.Cloud today, I sent the HD plane up for a look. The saturated clouds were peppered with sunshine and began to drop even heavier rain as they traveled North and to the East. Since the rain had passed, the skys were momentarily clear and dry for the plane. … Continue reading Weather Study
As seen on www.WJON.com. These photographs were taken around 5pm on March 17. By midnight that evening the ice sheet, which was about a half-mile long, had slipped past the bridge footings. (Update: The truth is, this was a fairly dangerous photo-shoot. I was in the midst of these icy waters and perched on this ice ledge when … Continue reading Mississippi Ice Photos
Click here>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riNtWDOWEfw <<< Click here Flight Flash’s “Radio Pilot News Service” released many news images this year. They were primarily used by www.WJON.com and we thank their staff for sharing our sometimes exclusive breaking news photos and videos.
The GRRL, which I frequented growing up, had a ceremony on October 4 to officially commence it’s demolition. The space will be used for an expansion of the civic center. This photo is not a helicopter shot, rather it was taken from the roof of an adjacent parking ramp. Read about it at WJON.com >>> http://www.wjon.com/LocalNews/tabid/4262/newsid9787/32588/Default.aspx See images of … Continue reading One Last Look, The GRRL Demolition Begins Soon
Late Thursday evening on September 17, 2009, emergency services responded to the scene at E. St. Germain Street where an individual had been struck by a vehicle. During the event, a 15-year-old relative of the victim allegedly fired at the vehicle with a pistol. Again, Flight Flash has the exclusive photos as no other photojournalists were … Continue reading East St. Germain Hit-and-Run, Shots Fired
I think this shot is quite beautiful, and I was happy to see it on WJON.com. I’ll archive it here so it may continue to be enjoyed.