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Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Rich Gibson, May 8, 2005.
Shot with a 12-24 at 12mm, D100 1/40th
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Sweet hanger, I would love to visit place.
Oddly there are very few post WWII planes there; lots of commercial and private craft and early flight craft. All in all very nice. The shuttle they have there is huge! You don't realize how large it is until you walk up to it.
Well done, very well done!
Like Paul, I am very fond of this aircraft. She was going through her test flights (in Le Bourget, near Paris) when I was a kid, playing outside the house... and running for cover when she hit Mach 1! It's another era, gone by...
WHOA!! Thanks for sharing this image with us Rich!! Impressive!!
And you have learned about this technique through his book ?
I think I know that place... What an unbelievable collection huh?!? I was only there for a couple hours and it was not enough time. Also the shuttle was viewable but not ready (it was covered in scaffolding).
Here's another cool plane there. This is at the entrance taken with the 10.5 fish.
You can see the tail of the shuttle in the far background.