Having fun with pictures! To the knowledgable eye lot of info can be gleaned from this pic even though it only shows just a small portion of the overall diorama. I love taking these pics as much as actually building the diorama, so I am taking advantage of this while I can.A lot of these shots will not be possible once it is in the case. This is easily identified as an American squadron of WW1 by the "Hat in the Ring" symbol.The tail assembly obviously says Nieuport due to the wood sheathing type skin.The "Iron Cross" piece of fabric, complete with bullet holes, is a trophy nailed to the wall.The English language "Warning" sign leaves no doubt that although the aircraft is French,the squadron is American. I try to leave little clues around like this so that every picture tells a story ,even when taken out of context with the whole piece.