Not on iModeler yet? Sign up to blog, comment and get unlimited picture space today.
49 additional images. Click to enlarge.
255 more from this author »
neil foster said on June 16, 2017
Hi Rob ,took me a few seconds to work out what I was looking at in pic#33 SCARY,great set of pictures as usual,cheers .
David leigh-smith said on June 16, 2017
Hey Neil. Took me a few seconds to work out what I was looking at in pic#31…
Rob – yet again thanks for some thoughtful and provocative images.
jim wasley said on June 16, 2017
A joy to behold Rob,Pic 31 wonder if the figure comes with the kit?
Craig Abrahamson said on June 16, 2017
Yet another extraordinary set of photos, Rob….thank you again for sharing them with us every week. I think we ALL look forward to ’em – there’s some really nice color shots among this group, too.
Chuck A. Villanueva said on June 16, 2017
Life at sea, a few images in this batch the one with the sharks in the water scary. The thought of ever ditching at sea was a thought deep in our minds when flying over water back in the day. Amazing images, always looking forward to these.
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on June 16, 2017
Rob, another spectacular series of images for inspiration and thoughtful perusal. Thanks for continuing to find and post them every week. Like Craig and a lot of folks, I look forward to seeing them.
Greg Kittinger said on June 16, 2017
Rob – this set has some of the best action photos yet – moments caught right on the edge! Fantastic.
Robert Royes said on June 16, 2017
Nice collection as usual, I’ve seen that ‘Flying Tiger’ car . I think the owner does large scale aircraft models.
Johannes Gerl said on June 17, 2017
Thanks again, Rob. I hope you’ll never be running out of this.
Does anyone have an idea what’s going on in picture 40?
Boris Rakic said on June 17, 2017
Looks like an F6F-5 Hellcat on fire after a blotched landing, with the pilot barely making it out of there.
Dirk Derks said on June 18, 2017
Fantastic row of pictures.
My favorite: The lady that serves a cup of tea.
The right text could be: “Milk and sugar please.”
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Silently powered by the iModeler software and the many sleepless nights of the webmaster.
© 2011-2018 iModeler. All rights reserved.