As EAA AirVenture heads into the weekend, we asked Adam to grab some photos of some of this year's big attractions. Just like the folks on-site here at Oshkosh, you folks at home are free to look, but please don't touch. (Unless you're on an iPad.)
An old Stearman with its giant radial engine.
A Found on amphibious floats.
People work their way toward the flightline for the afternoon air show.
Burt Rutan's airplanes have set many records.
The Aerostar team puts on a good show.
Gene Soucy and his wingwalker-partner Teresa Stokes taxi out for the show.
A Curtiss Pusher replica the first airplane to land on an aircraft carrier.
The massive, stubby props on a P-3 Orion.
Imagine being the mechanic working on that hub.
A NASA airplane used to study swept-wing icing effects.
A kit-built Christian Eagle.
Travel in style in a Cessna Citation.
Relax while you park your airplane with an RC tug.
The USGC brings in one of their helicopters.
Bill's Dream. Restored once, then again after a hangar fire.
Shiny valve covers on a J-3.
I wouldn't want people touching it, either.
The famous Songbird III.