World War II Weekend – The Americans (post 2 of 4)

Last month, The Reading Airport hosted the 24th annual World War II Weekend. It was presented by the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum of Reading, PA. There were all types of WWII aircraft, vehicles, military personnel and reenactments throughout the weekend. There had to be several thousand attendees. This, of course, creates all types of challenges as a photographer. However, I think I was able to do a reasonably decent job of keeping the spectators out of the images. I decided I would break this post into four series [The Aircraft, The Americans (one & two) and Behind Enemy Lines]. Enjoy!





































6 Responses to “World War II Weekend – The Americans (post 2 of 4)”

  1. 1 Walt Paholak
    July 8, 2014 at 8:40 pm

    Frank, not only is your photography great but your story telling is also. Thanks, Walt

  2. July 8, 2014 at 10:28 pm

    Hey Frank,
    Killer shots ….Beautiful framing and processing to complete the picture .The blur edge really adds to the whole time frame, color balance as well. EXCELLENT..
    My Fave is the retro lady and umbrella..classic..
    We were supposed to meet a couple months back in DC,so hope to run into you sometime.. I sometimes come up to Allentown area.
    But right now am planning a trip to Sri Lanka .I have been to India a hundred times but never Sri Lanka.
    Have you? Your photos from India ,that i have seen are amazing ..i have been there and shot there many times ..Your photos are great ,great great. another fave is the Chennai beach at sunset with blurred water and the ladies in sari’s
    regards neil

    • July 11, 2014 at 11:54 pm

      Neil, Thanks so very much! It was a fun series. We are going to try to get to DC before the end of the summer. You mentioned about coming up to Allentown. If do, let us know. I have not been to Sri Lanka. I would like to talk to you about it. Thanks again for your very kind comments. Frank

  3. July 9, 2014 at 6:23 am

    It’s hard to believe that the images are contemporary. The faces have a timeless quality about them.

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