As much as I count myself as “a bit of a Trekkie”, I’ve never considered myself a full-on Trekkie. Sure, I enjoy watching it, and I do manage to follow 95% of the twisting turning sprawling plotlines, and enjoy the mythology of the show.
I even recently subscribed to the Star Trek Starships model collection, which, every single fortnight, brings a lovely little starship to my door. (Well, ok, technically they get delivered in pairs, monthly!!
I’m really enjoying these little ships, and my shelf is already overflowing with Trek!!
… But I’m not a “proper” Trekkie. If a ship has a window missing, I wouldn’t ever notice.
The ships simply sit on my shelf and look good.
This morning, I awoke to a question on Twitter..
@Jayenkai Is the Stargazer saucer section as tall as its supossed to be? Looks too short but can’t tell 100% by the pic…
I honestly haven’t a clue!!
What follows is, quite frankly, Trek Porn, as I take a series of MacroLens based pics of a Trek Ship, and hopefully @DSConnaughton can figure out if the saucer is as tall as it’s supposed to be…!