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The “office” of so many back in the day. Captured at the Airpower Over Hampton Roads airshow in June 2008.
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Very nice shot indeed…
Fantastic shot Andy.
superb capture Andy, like the sepia treatment too adds to the effect !
Wow! This has even more buttons than my new camera! ;o) Lovely detailed shot – sepia is perfect!
You have captured this in its time and in style.. Bravo..
The Spitfire, Is still the best looking aircraft to date.It’s like a work of art!Small, sleek, powerful with a fantastic turn rate…. and boy does she sound freakin awesome…
Oh, er…nice shot mate!
Thanks brother … so I’m trying to figure out what Squadron this one belonged to ….. will have to look at full sideview of entire aircraft. Any idea on that trumpet and “bonnett” or clover leaf?
– Andy Mueller
Micheal, take a look at Woodie’s comment below, in regards to the Stringed Horn emblem ….
Excellent detail Andy! Love the processing in this.
Exquisite capture Andy.
That emblem or crest would have been the pilots own insignia. That position was widely used for adding one’s own special markings.
Cool thanks Michael. Good job as always. Nice attachments, the Spitfire is such an awesome ride …..
Excellent work, what a great plane this was!!