Not having any luck with this one!-----Interesting layout though. I wonder if a nosewheel has collapsed,or retracted?-looks like half the nosewheel showing in the photo. With the pusher prop,and no propwash over the wings and no horizontal tail surface/controls ,how would it get the nose up on takeoff, to get a positive angle of attack on the wings ? Perhaps there is a canard up front that is not visible in the photo. Come on guys ,dont let this thread stagnate, [again]
Starting with the closest ,on the right--I see a Beaver,then obscured behind it ,probably a Cessna---see the float tip and fin top. Then a Cessna,probably a 207---Next,a Norduryn Norseman. Then the little unknown[to me] Next,another Norseman,then another Beaver and finally,another Cessna. The question is ---what is the 'little'aircraft?--Zooming shows two wing struts.so not a Cessna, unless an early one with rag wings .but the large fin/ rudder doesn't compute .