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Week 47’s theme of “Feeling Nostalgic” happened to coincide with a Photowalking Utah Photowalk to the Hill Aerospace Museum in Ogden, Utah. I thought it would be a perfect place to find a shot to reflect nostalgia seeing how it’s full of old planes and related things from long ago.
The museum has three main display areas which are two large hangars and an extensive outdoor area. The two indoor buildings are divided by era with the first one housing the beginnings of flight up to the Korean war (with a few Vietnam era planes thrown in due to space limits) and the second displays the jet age to modern times.
For info about that reference look up the MASH TV show.
Entering the second hangar we find displays that cover the Jet Age up to modern times. Many of the displays were recently re-arranged and you can now walk around many of them where as before they were all packed tightly against the wall and viewing angles were more limited. I didn’t have the time to fully explore as I would have liked, but I still got a few shots I liked.
Next stop is the outdoor display as the museum closing time approached.
Thanks so much for stopping by today I hope you’ve enjoyed the images!
Please come back soon as I catch up with a few more themes before the holidays..