Hamilton International Airshow, Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Harvard trainers,
Grumman TBM-3E Avenger NL7030C, Hamilton International Airshow
A demonstration CF-18, from the Royal Canadian Air Force, performing at the 2012 Hamilton International Airshow, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
The Snowbirds, the Royal Canadian Air Force's aerobatic team, flying CT-114 Tutor training aircraft, performing at the 2013 Hamilton International Air Show.
For 2013, the Royal Canadian Air Force's demonstration CF-18 is painted in a livery that celebrates diversity in Canada and its armed forces. Here, the CF-18 forms some wispy plumes from the humid air through which it is passing.
For 2013, the Royal Canadian Air Force's demonstration CF-118 is painted in a livery that celebrates diversity in Canada and its armed forces. Here, the burners are lit as the jet makes a dramatic take-off at the 2013 Hamilton International Air Show.
Matt Younkin pushing his 70-year-old Beech D-18 through the skies at the Hamilton International Air Show in June 2013.
Matt Younkin flying a low-level pass of John Munro / Hope Airport during the 2013 Hamilton International Airshow. The day before, he buzzed the fire hall and set off their smoke alarms!
One of only two currently flying Avro Lancaster bombers from the Second World War; this one is dedicated to Victoria Cross recipient Andrew Mynarski, Royal Canadian Air Force, who lost his life while trying to save the tail gunner as the plane was going down in flames. The tail gunner survived the ordeal.
EAA, Grumman UF-1G Albatross N226CG, Oshkosh 2011, US Coast Guard livery
Dawn rises on Robert Stanfield International Airport in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, as ground crews prepare a Porter Airlines Dash-8 400 for its first flight of the day.
No, the aircraft is no relation to the photographer! Cam Harrod is a Canadian aircraft specialist. He is pictured here at the 2013 Hamilton International Airshow, beside his Fleet Finch. You can find out more about Cam and his aircraft at https://www.facebook.com/cam.harrod