EC-135 hovering to the flyway for departure.
Bell 214ST starting up.
Two Sikorsky S-76C++ and a Bell 412.
The last Bell 214ST to leave Boothville, La.
Bell 214ST the end of an era.
The big boy Sikorsky S-92.
EC-135 hot refueling.
Maintenance guys doing the daily inspection on the S-76C++.
The light ship line, EC-135, Bell 407, and two Bell 206L's.
S-76 morning run-up.
S-76 and Bell 412 morning run up.
Bell 407 and EC-135 at dawn.
S-76 taxiing in.
Platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
Landing at MC-809 the Ursa.
A lighthouse at the mouth of the river.
Sikorsky S-76C++ cockpit. Glass is so sweet!
Another view of the S-76.
S-76 landed on platform, I don't know which one.
Bell 206L-3 at sunrise.
Bell 407 lifting up to a hover.
EC-135 getting ready to crank up.
Bell 214ST leaving.
EC-135 coming back.
Cockpit of Sikorsky S-92. Glass is so pretty.
Maintanance working on the Bell 214ST.
This was the old base here in Boothville. Katrina destroyed it and the helipads are actually still under water.
View of the bayou.
Bell 412 doing the morning run up.
Flightline at daybreak.
Close-up of the flighline at daybreak.
A view from the tower.
A platform, I don't know which one.
Lighthouse at the mouth of the river.
Pilot Town, destroyed by Katrina.
Close-up of Pilot Town.
One of the many big ships heading up the Mississippi River.
S-76 a dawn.
Thats a jackup rig sticking out of the fog. I love this pic.
The best part of IFR is breaking out on top.
This is the Morgan City, La base.
Self portrait in the back of the S-92.
S-76 in and out of the clouds
Water spout forming. Its like a small tornado over water.