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Looking back in time from a modern day F-18 Fighting Falcon to a F8F Bearcat from World War II.

Created from two images taken at the 2010 Joint Base Lewis McChord Air Expo held at McChord Field Washington on July 17th and a third image of clouds. The images were combined to form one in photoshop.


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My photographs are not always technically correct, I tend to break the rules but I do that knowing what the rules are and having a reason to do so. My photographic images are what and how I see the world around me in my minds eye—they are who I am.

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  • Yhun Suarez
    Yhun Suarezabout 4 years ago

    awesome work :)

  • Thank you very much Yhun.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • barkeypf
    barkeypfabout 4 years ago

    Excellent blend Bryan

  • Thanks Paul, it was a lot of fun creating this image.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • Wendi Donaldson
    Wendi Donaldsonabout 4 years ago

    WOW!! Amazing shot, Bryan….bet you didn’t have that ‘big baby’ with you for this?

  • No I used my new-fangled digital camera to take these images. Thanks for the wonderful comment Wendi.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerabout 4 years ago

    Excellent Image Bryan. – Ted

  • Thank you very much Ed, glad you like my little collage.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • Kofoed
    Kofoedabout 4 years ago

    Great work once again, Bryan. Very convincing as the F-16’s wheels and flaps are down. I think they have to do that to fly as slow as a piston-engined aircraft.

  • I think your correct, the F-16 flying just above stall speed and the F8F flying as fast as it can just to keep up. For once I even thought ahead on this photo shoot capturing images with a plan to merge them together at a later time—and I’m having a lot of fun doing so.

    – Bryan Peterson

  • Barb White
    Barb Whiteabout 4 years ago

    great work Bryan – I wondered if you were hanging out the window or something. LOL

  • It was really windy but I managed to hold on and get the shot. Thanks Barb.

    – Bryan Peterson

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