Some footage from my last flight. This angle has been very helpful understanding the actual relation between the in cockpit controls and how they affect the plane.
Here are a few of my landings at KRHV. This was the first time up since I received my solo sign off. I think the biggest take away from this flight was the application of the flare. Once my airspeed and glide slope were set, I really just waited. About 30 feet above the runway I'd slowly start to pull up with the intention of stopping the descent rate. Once the rate was near zero, I'd continue to apply increasing back pressure on the elevator. Eventually, the plane would just stall. LANDED.