Looking on the back of the Razorback P47G “snafu” on the flightline in Duxford 2012.

Snafu served in Duxford from 1944 til Dec 1944 for the eight Airforce, 78th FG and was mainly flown by Cpt. Julius Maxwell. In December 1944 she made a bellylanding in Duxford whilst flown by Lt earl Stier and was damaged beyond repair. Thus the group was to receive the P51 in December, VIII Fighter Command declared the veteran Thunderbolt surplus to requirements and ordered that it be salvaged.
Canon 5dMkII and Canon 100-400mm f/ 4.0 -5.6, 150mm, f/ 5.7 1/320 iso 100


snafu, p47, duxford 2012, warbird, wwii, razorback

I am a Hobby Photographer from Austria who likes to shoot a mixed bag of subjects ranging from car racing to airshows, architecture, landscape and nature and have not specialized on a specific topic.
I also like to look at all the beautiful artwork here to find some inspiration.
Thank’s to all of you for looking and commenting on my work.

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  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandabout 2 years ago

    Very good in mono my friend.

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  • Michael  Herrfurth
    Michael Herrf...about 2 years ago

    Love this as B&W.

  • Thank you Michael for commenting on my Warbird, Cheers

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  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerabout 2 years ago

    Nice shot. – Ted

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