Here a couple of shots, just for fun, from my recent time at the CAF in Midland, Texas. One's a common bird, but the other is one of only two surviving flight capable examples of the type. I'm sure Patrick will be able to ID both without effort. Both photos shot with the D100 with 12-24mm AFS and CP combination, the second one taken from two photos stitched together using PanaVue ImageAssembler. The first shot is, excepting some basic NC processing and resizing/addition of the copyright in PS-CS, uncropped and "out-of-the-camera". The first shot, BTW, isn't OOF on the closest element due to a failure to hit it with the right aperture - it was inside the minimum focal distance of the lens ! I would post a larger size for the first where the detail is better, but then it loses the "all-on-the-screen" aspect. The second shot has been as corrected as possible for the 12mm case, but there's some amount of distortion still visible. Hard noon sunlight in west Texas for both photos, so the polariser was a given for these. Given the stitching for the second shot along with corrections for distortion, it's not "out-of-the-camera". Capturing the wingspan along with the body of the aircraft at a favourable angle posed a challenge or three, but then I love challenges. Always shoot. John P.