After Photoshop World ended, I had a little time before my flight home and I couldn’t think of a better use of my time then going over to the Air and Space Museum in the National Mall. Now compared with their sister museum over at Dulles International this one feels small. It’s amazing how much is actually crammed inside of the building. Now I remember being here as a kid playing around with all the exhibits but now got to go with a much better understanding of those machines. It’s pretty darn amazing how much history is there.
This is just a quick shot from the upper level of the planes that were used in the early days of TWA. It’s amazing how far we have come. The museum over at Dulles is a lot bigger, I mean it houses a Space Shuttle as an exhibit. The legacy of planes in that building is unbelievable but it’ll have to wait for another trip. Hurray for the bucket list.
In the Camera Bag:
Nikon D3, AF-S 24-70 F/2.8, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film