Just some random shots from a few shows this week. Full galleries and coverage will be forthcoming but this is just a little preview:
The picture on the bottom right is the Space Shuttle Discovery in its last flight on its way to the Smithsonian in Washington DC. By doing this low, 1500 ft, flyover it brought together people from all areas in a city that is constantly ripped apart by partisan politics but on this one day, no matter the party, everyone came out to salute the shuttle. There is another one scheduled to do a fly over in NYC on Monday, April 23rd. It will be the Enterprise not the Discovery but it will dip its wings in the direction of the WTC as a salute to overcoming obstacles and letting our imaginations soar. The Enterprise will be on permanent display at the Intrepid, the Air Space Museum on the Hudson.