Women in Aviation Part 5 of 5

Women in aviation: Hope on the horizon Posted on September 18, 2020 by Lola Reid Allin SKIES MAGAZINE Editor’s note: Lola Reid Allin is a writer, photographer, adventurer and commercial pilot based in Ontario. This is part 5 of a 5-part series by Lola about the under-representation of women in commercial aviation. Click to read part 1, part 2, part 3,…

WOMEN IN AVIATION

Women in aviation: Realities of the profession Posted on September 17, 2020 by Lola Reid Allin SKIES MAGAZINE Editor’s note: Lola Reid Allin is a writer, photographer, adventurer and commercial pilot based in Ontario. This is part 4 of a 5-part series by Lola about the under-representation of women in commercial aviation. Click to read part 1, part 2 and part 3. …

Women in aviation: Part 3 of 5 LANDMARK CASES

Women in Aviation ~ Canada, USA, Australia, & Britain Posted on September 16, 2020 by Lola Reid Allin Editor’s note: Lola Reid Allin is a writer, photographer, adventurer and commercial pilot based in Ontario. This is part 3 of a 5-part series by Lola about the under-representation of women in commercial aviation. Click to read part 1 and part 2. In…

Women in Aviation: The Hard Facts

Skies Magazine http://www.skiesmag.com Editor’s note: Lola Reid Allin is a writer, photographer, adventurer and commercial pilot based in Belleville, Ont. This is part 2 of a 5-part series by Lola about the under-representation of women in commercial aviation. Read part 1 here. In 1960, one in 21,417 licensed pilots in America was female. By 1980, the…

Skies Magazine: Women in Aviation

Notes from females at the controls Posted on September 14, 2020 by Lola Reid Allin Editor’s note: Lola Reid Allin is a writer, photographer, adventurer and commercial pilot based in Belleville, Ont. This is part 1 of a 5-part series by Lola about the under-representation of women in commercial aviation. In the 40 years since my first flight…

Show the world YOUR vision

The separation of the participants caught the eye of photojournalist David Hume Kennerly, “I was struck by the moment of the cat on the bed, a portrait of Jesus on the wall, and two generations who don’t appear to be interacting but are together nonetheless.” June 2014

The eyes have it!~

Pulitzer Prize winning David Hume Kennerly has had 37 Time & Newsweek cover images. Of this image, he said, The eyes have it. Education is another of life’s essentials, and this photo made me happy knowing that these kids were in school…in an area that has seen much turmoil. June 2014

Not everything is black-and-white.

New York Times Photography director Kathy Ryan thought the black-and-white focused the viewers’ attention to the sculptural forms of traditional fishing pens, “delicate spindly sticks jutting from the water.” June 2015

Which images make the cut?

Wishing for supper was my first image selected by a juror for publication in The Rotarian (June 2013) . Four-time Pulitzer Prize winning Juror Carol Guzy noted: – striking layered composition, with little surprises in the image such as the cat in the corner– excellent use of light– subtle tonal palette provides ambiance– environmental portrait…

Better to lose…?

I entered three images in the 2011 The Rotarian photo contest and …none of them were chosen. Disappointment changed to delight when the editor decided to run a feature story, using two of my three submitted images. What’s the message: Jurors are people — and people are subjective. The juror (Harry Benson) may (or may…