Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows

This week I have made a decision, as part of my personal ‘Remembrance Day Challenge’, to have all posts this week relate to Remembrance Day with November 11th being a post in remembrance to the boys of EQ-P.

Luckily this weeks photo challenge, ‘windows’, worked in quite well. I have chosen a series of window/perspex shots of a Lancaster bomber in memory of all of those who flew in Bomber Command. Consider it a window into the past…

5 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows

  1. […] are truly for?” – a very creative article, more than just another photo challenge! 26 https://ljr3.wordpress.com/2011/11/06/weekly-photo-challenge-windows/ If a pilot had no windows – if some pilots were suddenly blind … […]

    • ljr3 says:

      Very true, the perspex/windows of a bomber are very important. In fact, the perspex would be cleaned before going on operations so there was no visual impairment. In many cases the tail gunner had the middle section of perspex removed from the tail turret so he could see without obstruction. It was incredibly cold!

  2. frizztext says:

    if a pilot had no windows – if some bomber pilots suddenly were blind …

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