Bush Flying Captured will take you on a journey to beautiful and remote locations with some very memorable aircraft. With award-winning aviation photographer, Rich Hulina behind the lens, you are sure to appreciate the beauty and ruggedness of these hardworking machines in their element.

Each of these aircraft has a story to tell. Whether they are spotted sitting on a tranquil, hidden lake occupied by a single cabin, flying amongst the jagged peaks of a towering mountain, or landing at a tiny remote community buzzing to life with the arrival of a cargo plane, it is easy to see why we fall in love with these timeless bushplanes.

Bush Flying Captured by Rich Hulina

Photographer Rich Hulina
ISBN 9780986933509
Format: Hardcover
Publication Date: July 2011
200+ images from Canada and Alaska
10 x 10 in., hard cover with dust jacket
Pages: 168, Full Colour, 100 lb. Matte Paper
Price: $40.00 plus shipping & handling

Available from:
Northwestern Ontario Aviation Heritage Centre
105-430 Waterloo St. South, Thunder Bay, ON, P7E 6E4
Email: noahc@tbaytel.net
Website: www.noahc.org
Tel: 1–807–623-3522

Since 2011, Rich Hulina has travelled over 50,000 nm via commercial airlines, private & chartered flights, rental vehicles and boats. Of 42,000+ photos, he’s selected these 250+ images from Canada & the USA to comprise his latest book: Bush Flying Captured Volume II.

Bush Flying Captured: Volume II by Rich Hulina

Photographer Rich Hulina
Format: Hardcover
Publication Date: July 2018
Pages: 216, Full Colour, 100 lb. Matte Paper
250+ images
10 x 10 in., hard cover with dust jacket
Price: $50.00 plus shipping & handling

Available from:
bushflyingcaptured.com or
For orders outside of Canada and the USA / Multiple Orders: bushflyingcaptured@hotmail.ca

About the Author

A graduate of the Confederation College Aviation Program in Thunder Bay, Rich has flown bush planes in northwestern Ontario for more than twenty years and is now the owner, president and operations manager of Slate Falls Airways in Sioux Lookout. Many of his pictures are taken locally, but his search for the perfect bush plane photographs has taken him from the lakes of north-western Ontario to the glaciers of Alaska. The high quality of the results can be seen in the book, and Rich’s expertise has been recognized by his peers through the many awards he has won for his work.

Rich continues to photograph bush planes, and the word is that there may be a second volume of his book in the planning stages.