(Man, I wonder what the search engines are going to do with these airplane porn posts…)
It’s the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Canadian Navy — whatever we want to call it this year — and, to mark the occasion, Victoria was inundated with naval personnel and activities over the past week. Almost a dozen ships from a half dozen countries came to town to mark the occasion. Saturday, they moved out to anchor off Royal Roads, and the Governor General came out to inspect the assembled fleet.
Then we were treated to a bit of an airshow. Highlights below the cut, or go here for the complete gallery.
Also, I learned that — despite its relatively short lens — the G11 is actually pretty good at taking airplane pictures. Who knew?