Had a another great year at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. I rented a 600 mm Tamron zoom lens this year. It was really helpful during the daily airshow. Especially for shots like this one of the Canadian Air Force Snowbirds #8 and #9 (the so-called soloists) doing a close fly-by.
The Aeroshell aerobatic team is one of my favorites.
The Monday night balloon glow was spectacular.
This is a the tail end of Ted Teach's 1936 Ryan S-T in front of EAA's Vintage Aircraft Club hangar. This immaculate restoration won Grand Champion and a Gold Lindy Trophy in the Antique category. This is a composite of several shots taken one night after the crowds were gone and the sun was setting.