The Blue Angels doing what they do best.
R.I. Air National Guard show – Quonset, RI
A close-up of the engine of a C5-Galaxy, which is much bigger in real life.
I’m not entirely certain about this, but I believe this is an anchor point for pulling cannons in order to aim them? It was taken at Fort Taber in New Bedford, Massachusetts, which was an active fort beginning sometime around the mid 1800’s.
Cross processed Fujichrome Sensia 100 in C41.
Hanging out on the barrel of the 16″ cannons on the USS Massachusetts (BB-59) – Battleship Cove, Fall River, Massachusetts.
Torpedo launch (#7) on the USS Lionfish (SS-298) – Battleship Cove, Fall River, Massachusetts.
A lookout tower built to watch for German Submarines during World War II, one of many that can be found along the New England coast. This one is in Westport, Massachusetts and there are 3 or 4 others in the next few towns over. The towers were once accessible, but years of vandalism have forced them to be locked down, the doors reinforced, and in some cases cemented over permanently.
Still digging through some old film photos and really thinking about getting in a shoot or photowalk using black and white film. I like the whole look and feel of b&w, and do have a few rolls in the fridge that need to come out of hiding…maybe this weekend.
An airman welcoming us to the annual Bristol Parade in Bristol, Rhode Island. The helicopter was about 500 feet up and banked about 45 degrees while he hung out and waved to the crowd below.