The Cut-Away

For me, my first visit to the Air and Space Museum was like a pilgrimage to the holy land. I just knew I belonged there and what I saw bordered-lined on being sacred. The history represented in this place was almost too much to absorb in one visit. There were airplanes I instantly recognized, but others I had no idea what they were.

This plane is one such example. The best I can guess, this is a cut-away on how planes are built. The color and structure of the wood attracted me to take the HDR sequence, but I didn’t notice any reference sign. Please comment if you have an idea. Either way, I thought it was unique. Maybe I need to go back so I can find out for sure? Yep, sounds like a plan.
  

I think this is a cut-away on how planes are built. The color and structure of the wood attracted me to take the HDR photo, but didn't notice any reference sign. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

One thought on “The Cut-Away

  1. I love this picture’s color and I definitely have to plan a trip to Washington, D.C. and take Steven along to see this museum. He would love it!

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