- Georgia beat Oklahoma in a thrilling Rose Bowl to earn a trip to the College Football Playoff championship game.
- Prior to the game, a B-2 stealth bomber performed a flyover above the stadium.
- An aerial photographer captured that moment from above and it’s great.
One of the great traditions at major sporting events is the flyover during the national anthem, and an aerial photographer captured the flyover at this year’s Rose Bowl from a perspective most fans have never seen.
Mark Holtzman is an aerial photographer from southern California. He was above the Rose Bowl and captured a stunning photo of the stealth bomber from above, just as it was flying over the stadium.
Incredible (click on the photo for a larger version).
Aerial Photo of the B2 Stealth Bomber Flyover at the 2018 Rose Bowl Game #UGAvsOK #RoseBowl #sooners #Bulldogs #Oklahoma #UGA #UGAvsOU #ouband #ugaband @rosebowlgame @RoseBowlStadium @OU_Athletics @OU_Football @UGAAthletics @FootballUGA #Pasadena
More at https://t.co/MqDCbtc8xP pic.twitter.com/TFJXKPTxqc
— Mark Holtzman (@westcoastaerial) January 2, 2018
This is not the first time Holtzman has captured some stunning images from above at sporting events.
Here are some F/A-18s flying over a game between UCLA and Texas A&M.
— Mark Holtzman (@westcoastaerial) September 7, 2017
And here is a great shot of a horse race.
— Mark Holtzman (@westcoastaerial) July 19, 2016
You can see more of his work at his website: Mark Holtzman Photography.
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