After a miserable, gloomy, snowy day we were finally able to test fly our 1931 Stearman Sr. Speedmail after hanging a new engine on it. It was really flat and gray out so I debated whether or not to grab my camera but by the time he landed there was this sunset peaking out so I was glad that I had. With the snow and everything this shot really makes me think of these airplanes flying the mail in the 1920's and 1930's, every day, no matter what the weather.
As always, I'd love some feedback on this. When I was processing it I wasn't sure if I should take the airplane darker for more of a silhouette or lighter for a better exposure. Let me know if you think I should have gone more one way on this. Thanks!