Moson Model Show 2015 – Part 1 and scale aircraft)
macro photography of posed scenes. sideways thinking! A new way to look at our world creatively.
Welcome to FreeBEE Friday. Jen, from Gricefully Homeschooling , and I have lined up some great FreeBEEs for you in The first Frid.
A rare Grumman Bearcat, the last piston-engined aircraft of World War II
Paint Furniture for a Trash to Treasure Upcycle: Military Footlocker Transformation
paint furniture- Antique Trunk Makeover - A beat up old military trunk gets a fresh start with a customizeable world map, casters, and spray paint. Stripping the paint of the metal was the hardest part.
Frozen in the sands of time: Eerie Second World War plane discovered in the Sahara... 70 years after it crashed in the desert
World War II Kittyhawk Found In Egyptian Desert 70 Years After Crashing A World War II airplane belonging to Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) was found in the Sahara Desert nearly 70 years after it crash landed in June (Photo: Jakub Perka/BNPS)
Nesso: The Most Charming Little Village in Italy
Over the Bridge, Nesso, Italy
THIS IS NOT a wild dolphin. Wild dolphins would not let a human "kiss" them. Sadly this cutie is a captive dolphin, trained to perform for a dead fish :(
Flying wing, a heavy bomber prototype with jet engines, takes to the air for the first time in 1947
Spitfires buried in Burma during war to be returned to UK
Spitfires buried in Burma during war to be returned to UK Twenty iconic Spitfire aircraft buried in Burma during the Second World War are to be repatriated to Britain after an intervention by David Cameron
- one of the planes Dad flew in
A Brief History of the Royal Australian Air Force: World War Two – 1939 to 1945
CAC Boomerang - The Commonwealth Boomerang was a respectable fighter design emerging from Australia and fielded in response to the impending Japanese invasion of the Australian mainland.
AGO by Ivan Berryman. At the outbreak of World War AGO Flugzeugwerke…
Canadian pilot and his Spitfire during WWII.
dreamtravelspots: Villa Carlota in St. John, U. Virgin Islands, Caribbean (via oh-my-jasmin) - Ecstasy Models
The Avro Lancaster was the best and the most famous four-engine bomber British World War II. Born in 1941 as the twin-engine bomber estate failed Avro Manchester.