A cloud forms as this Hornet aircraft speeds up to supersonic speed. Aircraft flying this fast push air up to the very limits of its speed, forming what's called a bow shock in front of them. Credit: Ensign John Gay, USS Constellation, U.
An Super Hornet passes through the sound barrier, creating a visible “vapour cone” above the Miramar Air Station in San Diego, California. (Photo: Steve Skinner/Solent News via the Telegraph) (via flavorpill)
Philippine Sea (July – An Super Hornet, assigned to the “Diamondbacks” of Strike Fighter Squadron One Zero Two breaks the sound barrier during a fly-by over the conventionally powered aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CV
Surf photographer Clark Little, will throw himself into any wave. The photographer from North Shore in Hawaii, famed for its surfing, hurtles into waves up to high with his camera, sometimes even taking strobe lights in with him.