Tag Archives: bomber

New Documentary – The Elephant Plane

April 1st 1945. Germany is on the brink of utter defeat. To gain time and prepare their defenses the Germans needed to slow the Soviet advance. The bridges over the Vistula and Oder had to be destroyed. The question was, how? The new Mistel composite aircraft was not one of Hitler’s so called “wonder weapons”. […]

Roar of the Merlins!

Just spotted the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum’s Lancaster as it flew over Toronto on Sunday June 29, at 12:30pm.  The roar of its four Merlin engines is unmistakable and a dead give away.  Must be a run up flight before it heads over the Atlantic to England in August.  Best of luck!

New Cockpit Photos

Coming up in September I will be joining my partner in crime, Dan Patterson for another photo shot at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Ottawa.  Dan will be shooting the collections aircraft cockpits.  As one of the world’s première aviation photographers, Dan has developed a new technique to photograph an aircraft cockpit without the […]