capricornplanespotting.com is calling for photo submissions of aviation throughout the Central Queensland region.
capricornplanespotting.com is calling for photo submissions of aviation throughout the Central Queensland region. Contributed

Here's your chance to share aviation stories, photos

GLADSTONE Aero Club member Shane Trezise is keen to get the aviation conversation rolling.

The keen aviator has started the website capricornplanespotting.com to encourage people to share their photos and stories about flying.

"It's entertainment but it is also trying to assist with promoting aviation, not just in the Gladstone region, but in the Central Queensland region," Shane said.

"It's all about capturing movement."

He said it did not matter if you were an amateur or professional photographer, all submissions were welcome.

"Some people, they really do get some very, very good photos."

Trezise is appealing to anyone within the aviation industry to hop on the website and tell their story.



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