A Snowbirds CT-133 in 1/72.
A Douglas Skystreak.
This must have started out as a Spitfire.
A nicely done Boeing Monica.
A 1/48 T-33 done up in Jet Pilot markings.
A Captain of the Clouds Messerhurri.
A Hornet racer.
This is really neat...a Gee Bee U-Bird.
A really nicely done Northrop Gamma, with a small DC-3 sneaking in the shot.
The DeHavilland Canada corner.
I liked how this Beaufighter was displayed.
An Airspeed Consul that used to be in storage with the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
Lovely shots. Those are some odd models. NOt ones you'd see entered at most contests. A real sense of whimsy.
Wow. Great photos, Bates.
One of the things I really like is the diversity of more unusual aircraft, though I could have done with fewer Canadian subjects. I mean, who wants to see those things anyway, eh?
Thanks for posting,
Was tempted to go; next time let me know if you're coming out!
Yes, a lot of diversity and creativity, although whimsy should be left to HGTV.
In contrast, BlizzCon in Columbus featured a lot of the tried and true.
Between the real aircraft and the 3030 minis, it is a wonder that Bates didn't overdose.
How big was that SR-71? Was it a 1/4 model or was it just an optical allusion that I'm seeing? Great show by the way, just fantastic.
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