Lol, made ya click. For those of you who have not seen the amount of water created by combustion and condensation, this is the worst I’ve seen. It was after 1.5 hrs flight, cowl flaps closed after climbing, didn’t open again until taxiing back. Starting air temp -2F, at 5000 ft was -19F, and about 5F after landing. That’s an oily piece of cardboard that would absorb more oil and shed water. The yellow is an emulsion of oil and water. This is the drippage from the breather vent. Flight was 2 days ago. No wonder corrosion happens more quickly with cold operation (ground running) and aging oil. This oil has 12 hrs on it.