Hello and welcome
My Name is Greg Rasberry. Thank you for taking a few moments out of your day to visit my photography site. I have a passion for photography. I have been shooting aviation for the last 20 years. I started with film and everything got a little easier with digital. Even though I have an eye for airplanes, I like to shoot other things as well. On my site you will find things from wildlife to trains.
I would like to thank all the pilots over the years who have made this adventure a blast. There are always the special memories of the pilots that have passed on. You will always be remembered.
Blue skies and best tail winds.
This is where all the fun happens. The anticipation for summer to roll around every year is great. When the weather warms up and the grass turns green, we look at the calendar to see where this year's adventures are going to lead.
I enjoy the fast action of sports. It seems fall is when all the sports are happening at once. If you have a student in the Milwaukee area that you would like covered during the year please send me a message. We can figure out how to help you.
You seem to find nature throughout the year to photograph. I am not much for the cold, but that is when all the amazing things show up. From owls to eagles, I will travel great distances to capture their image.
There are photos that just seem to fall under the miscellaneous category. They range from trips taken, to our great national parks, to a house fire down the street. There are all sorts of good tidbits in here.
EAA AirVenture is a week long annual gathering of aviation enthusiasts from around the world. This is a special time of the year when I get to gather with my favorite air show performers and friends in the photography business.
The aircraft that arrive at EAA come from all over the country. It includes a daily show that includes general aircraft to military. It always amazes me what shows up each year. This is the highlight of the air show season.
Northern Illinois Airshow
Northern Illinois Airshow 2018
This airshow seems to be called by many names: "Wings over Waukegan," "Waukegan Airshow," "Northern Illinois Airshow." It all means the same thing to me. It's usually the end of the airshow season and it's time to go watch a great little airshow that is not too far of a drive.
There always is a variety of airplanes on display and in the air. You can always count on the Warbird Heritage Foundation to have their aircraft flying in the show.
We had to go some place and we really like it out west. So, we decided to fly into was Las Vegas and drive north to Utah. We visted a few national parks along the road trip that included Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, Horseshoe Curve and my favorite, Rainbow Bridge National Monument. Starting in Lake Powell, it's a 3.5 hour boat ride one way to Rainbow Bridge. When you get there it's about a mile hike. The arch is 290 feet tall and 275 feet across. It was an amazing site.
If you'd like to purchase any of the photos you've seen here, or have questions, drop us a note at greg at photosbyrasberry dot com.