I found pages of this one in the FA gallery, so I wasn't going to post any of my snaps of it ... until I realized that just one other shot of the already-posted photos shows the mains coming up to be tucked away into the wells. So, since this click is a clear capture of the main gear coming up as N224J (44-44052) prop claws into a clear blue Nevada sky, I figured the pic was unique enough to share. N224J, originally 44-44052, is a B24J Liberator painted as a B24H named "Witchcraft." N224J is the only "J" model that still flies. It is one of several Collings Foundation warbirds that tour the country each year. This year, I was fortunate enough to be a part of a small group of photogs who accompanied them thru three stops of their June schedule ... from here at KMEV (Minden-Tahoe) to KRTS (Reno Stead) and then over to KMCC (McClellan).