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EAA Photo Staff Garners Awards From Aviation Week

Bonnie Kratz Photo
Gary Ward in his MX-2 over Lake Hancock, Florida - Third place, Bonnie Kratz

Bonnie Kratz Photo
Mark Stadsklev flying a Cessna 206 in Knik Glacier, Alaska - Honorable Mention, Bonnie Kratz

Bonnie Kratz Photo
Sunset on Lake Spenard in Anchorage, Alaska - Honorable Mention, Bonnie Kratz

Jim Koepnick Photo
Dawn photo of Daniel K. McKenzie flying his SeaRey near Sebring, Florida - Honorable Mention, Jim Koepnick

January 8, 2008 — EAA photographers Jim Koepnick and Bonnie Kratz are again featured in Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine after being named as award winners in the publication's annual aviation art and photography competition. Kratz, EAA staff photographer, earned a third place award in the general aviation category for her air-to-air photo of Gary Ward piloting his MX-2 over Lake Hancock, Florida. She also received honorable mentions for two other photos, a sunset on Lake Spenard in Anchorage, Alaska, and a ground-to-air shot of Mark Stadsklev piloting a Cessna 206 in Knik Glacier, Alaska.

Koepnick, EAA's chief photographer received an honorable mention for his dawn photo of Daniel K. McKenzie flying his SeaRey near Sebring, Florida. Four of Koepnick's photos were also featured on the cover of the December 24/31 issue.

Congratulations to Jim and Bonnie, who showed again they are among the world's best aviation photographers!

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