Propellers, Pima Air & Space Museum

Wandering through the outdoor display area at the Pima Air & Space Museum, I kicked up dust and tried to shield both my eyes and my camera from sun glare.  It was a warm March day in Tucson AZ.

Lacking any historical context for these aircraft, or any technical context for their capabilities, I know I didn’t “see” even a fraction of what was in front of me.  And yet I still found plenty to do on my photo shoot.  

Two propellers seen from underneath.

 

Four propeller blades, seen from behind.

 

Three propellers on an airplane, backlit with sun.

 

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2 Responses to Propellers, Pima Air & Space Museum

  1. Jim Robertson says:

    Very nicely seen Isabel, I need to go back as I missed the creative details

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