I have previously shared photos of my daddy making one of his model planes.
Now, you get to see the results of years of work.
He has a tiny “airport” in his basement.
We have hung up most of his planes.
Mr. Flower and I did a photo shoot using a poster of a cloud as the backdrop.
Sometimes Mr. Flowers fingers appear in the sky. The flash from my camera adds a sunny touch.
We spent hours on a snowy day, positioning and repositioning the poster and the ladders.
It was a big production to get it all right without disturbing a plane.
We had to pen the bunnies up for this. As you can imagine, they were no help during the photo shoot.
I did stop to take several dozen photos of them, too. I will share only one here.
My daddy supplied the names of each plane.
The first one shown is one that he painted to be a replica of the plane he and his dad owned in the 1950’s.
He wrote that this plane is his “favorite today.”
It was given to him by David Dunn in 1961.
There are more here and there, but we will stop here.
Unless you’d like to see more bunny photos…