The action out at the flightline has calmed down just enough for us to tear away from the main grounds and head out to EAA's Seaplane Base for a few photos with floats.
Volunteers help the occupants of a Super Cub on floats onto the dock at the EAA Seaplane Base.
A polished Cessna 195 on floats.
Matt Chapman flies the Embry-Riddle Eagle 580 in the daily air show.
The FG-2 Super Corsair makes a high-speed pass of the Warbirds display during the air show.
A unique paint job on a Cessna 195 named Estelle. The owner of the aircraft is promoting his new web site, Wingster.aero.
The Commemorative Air Force P-51C Mustang taxis by the crowd. The aircraft is painted in the same colors as the Tuskeegee Airmen's aircraft.
Attendees take cover under the wing of a Boeing PT-17 Stearman to watch the air show.
A close-up of the radial engine on a Stearman.
The Goodyear Blimp takes flight over the AirVenture grounds.
A P-51D Mustang engine run-up prior to a sunset flight.
A line of P-51 propellers leads up to another Mustang taxiing to the runway.
The famous insignia on the side of a P-40 Warhawk representing the Flying Tigers.
A Cessna 180 on floats makes its take-off on Lake Winnebago.
An Aviat Husky is moored at EAA's Seaplane Base.
As the storms cleared from grounds, more aircraft began water-taxiing to the lake to go for local sight-seeing flights.
A Cessna 120 makes an impressive water landing.