A Life long Alaskan and a 3'rd generation Alaskan to boot, I enjoy snowmachining, aviation, and photography. I got into amateur photography over the past 5 years and am always learning. I like to say any good picture I take is a mistake and I've made a few mistakes in my life. One of my favorite things to make in photography is panoramic pictures. It takes special software to create them and large format printers to produce them. I have also learned the art and craft of matting and framing my own work so now I have several large panoramic prints hanging around my office and house. Create your own visitor map!
Harvard Mark IV Trainer
Uploaded by: AkRyder
Friday July 4, 2008
Caption: Built in Canada by Canadian Car and Foundry this Harvard Mark IV trainer is he Canadian version of the North American T-6 Texan. Now residing in Alaska it is a member of the Alaska Wing of the Commemorative Air Force. Brought out today for the Salmon Bake and fly by at the local aviation museum here in Anchorage on Lake Hood. It made several fly bys and the thing I didn’t see until I could view the pictures later in my computer is that the gentleman in the rear seat is dressed in the period military flyers uniform.
This image does not contain EXIF data.