... and this one looks like a corker - a WW2 'Tallboy' bomb, recently detonated where it was dropped by the RAF near Szczecin in Poland.(Interesting how that plume of water describes what must be nearly a perfect Gaussian distribution: anyone know the maths behind that?)
Szczecin (Stettin) is 600 miles as the crow flies - further from England than Berlin - and getting there in 1945 required overflight of a lot of German-controlled airspace. To me, even more impressive than the bomber sorties were the pre- and post-bombing recce missions flown (to calibrate the damage with before-and-after photos). Prior to introduction of the Mosquito, that meant an unarmed Spitfire with a solo pilot - doing all his own navigation. Its theoretical maximum radius was 900 miles, but they'd never take the crows-flight course, and would generally photograph several targets in a single mission. After a bombing run, the Germans knew the Spitfire would be coming along shortly ...
That takes a certain type of cool courage.