I've been trying in this blog to stay focused on making photos with old film cameras. The previous post was obviously an excursion well outside that objective. In my defense, I'll offer the fact that my obsession with the idea of flight has often been expressed in photos made with my old cameras. The pictures I like best on the topic have been made at the opposite ends of the resolution spectrum.
What joins this set of images, in addition to the topic, is the wide-angle perspective which puts the flying machines in their proper environmental context. For the Pentax photos, I used the Super-Takumar f3.5 24mm lens. The converted Billy Record sports a pinhole with an aperture-to-film-plane distance of about 35mm which gives a broad view on the 6x9 cm format.
Pinhole (Converted from Agfa Billy Record)