365 days of SL, day 320:
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Another day, another airfield... this one, located in southeastern Jeogeot, actually had a much higher number of planes than I expected; I'd only seen the big bomber on the map, but there were almost a dozen, all in all. Clockwise from the top left, we have a Junkers Ju 87G "Kanonenvogel" with a rather interesting camouflage pattern, a Consolidated B-24J Liberator (also tagged as "11th Bomb Group"), then a Vought F4U Corsair with folded-up wings, and a North American P-51 Mustang in Tuskegee Airmen colors (red nose and tail, yellow wing bands); then there's some WW1 planes, namely a Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 biplane, a partially red Fokker Dr.I triplane, a Morane-Saulnier N and another triplane, the Sopwith Triplane "N500" prototype, and all these are finally followed by a Supermarine Spitfire (featuring invasion stripes) and a Messerschmitt Bf 109 (dubbed "EG", but I don't know if that refers to any specific model). Whew!
For the screenshot itself, I decided to adopt a new perspective and show the field from above — it was the easiest way to give a good overview, and I think it's a nice and interesting perspective, too. A similar overview's already been seen on day 230, of the pony cart racetrack I visited then — I like how it looked then, so I decided to give it a try again.
Location: Almo Bay (113, 57, 22) (MelRose Field)