Tuesday is here, and we offer another view in red. This being a wing walker on a classic plane, probably a Stearman.
This view evokes the style of entertainment in the Depression wreaked 1930s. I suppose it may be the dual views the spectator often grapples with: Do we admire the wing walker's skill in keeping his balance or are we looking for disaster? I hope for the former.
This was taken in 1985 at an air show in CT. I enjoy all the planes, at one show seeing the Air Force Thunderbirds in their stunning precision with F-16s.
However, I really like to see the old birds in flying condition and old barnstorming flights of fancy like this.
Thanks again to The Teach for sponsoring this gem (couldn't resist!), and do check out all the imaginative contributors in this endeavor.