In July of last year, I acquired a refurbished Panasonic DMC-FZ1000 fixed lens camera that uses a 1" sensor. At the time, I posted some images here of July 4th fireworks, I liked the camera but not long after, I found that the Mk II version added some features that I thought were significant. On that basis, I gifted the FZ1000 and acquired a DC-FZ1000 II.
As some folks may know, the Commemorative (nee Confederate) Air Force has chapters all over the US. Each is a repository for vintage aircraft. In October 2020, the Conroe, Texas chapter flew several of its planes into the local airport in my area. The one that drew the most attention was this completely restored Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress. It represents a model that was a major WWII contributor. In service, it carried 9,600 pounds of bombs, and defended itself with thirteen .50 caliber machine guns. The pilot was usually the "old man" in a crew of ten whose age might range from late teens to mid twenties.
Here are some images of an iconic warbird.