There is a gentleman who you may of heard of by the name of Paul Allen.
He has a museum in Everett, Washington called The Flying History and Air Combat Museum.
Mr. Allen has purchased and restored a large number of World War II aircraft, and tanks, and today, there was a European History day where a number of those planes flew.
Mr. Allen has had these planes meticulously restored, and they fly. You will not very often (if ever) see this group of aircraft fly, at least in the Pacific Northwest.
I enjoy photography. It keeps my mind off my cancer. I like airplanes, as long as I don’t have to fly in them.
Oh! There were also TANKS! Firing tanks!
It will be interesting to see if this event continues now that commercial flights will be taking off from Paine Field in the near future.
So I went up to experience this event for myself today. I found out a few things.
The museum collection is huge. It was very well attended.
Photographing flying aircraft is difficult. It requires decent reflexes and decent equipment. I don’t have the greatest reflexes. But you work with what you have. I think I did a decent job. I hope you enjoy the photos. It was a fun day, even if I forgot to wear my hat and got sunburned. LOL