Pima Air & Space Museum tucson az
Turns out I have a thing for helicopters. Yep, it surprised me, too.
So technology! Much engineer! How machine!
They paint all the windows to keep the interior temperatures down. I don't know if the paint being the same color as the sky is on purpose or not, but it makes for some striking scenes.
The whole yard is an endless buffet of texture, color and graphic gloriosity.
The weather was apparently typical Tucson, warm, bright and dry, which is why it's such a great place for The Boneyard and an outdoor museum like this. Try this setup down here in Houston and you'd have little rusty piles of scrap in no time.
DANGER was probably the second-most-used word, if you count all the incomprehensible acronyms and abbreviations together.
Piet Mondrian, please call your office. Some Soviet engineer has stolen one of your paintings.
Always good to know which way to go for help.
See? Too many propellers.
Not actually the one that carried an X15.
Get yer red hot reference datum here!
Not sure which one of us was driving, so obviously a good thing we stayed on the ground.
Underneath a plane that is also a boat.