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Duxford is cool!
Very cool. Especially nice in black and white – adds to the vintage feel. Robyn
First of all, thanks for visiting my blog. If you didn’t I propably didn’t see your photos and that would be a pitty. You have some great shots here and I enjoyd watching them. This one is also really great. Nice post-processing to give it that old look.
Thank you! I tried to visit your blog but it doesn’t seem to work. It says that the blog can not be found. I bumped into your photo while going through photos tagged with #photography.
Strange. mkant.wordpress.com It does work though.
Yeah this link works now. When I click on your avatar it takes me to hellwheeler.wordpress.com
Aaah okay, I’ll take a look and change that then. thank you.
The graininess really give this a nice vintage feel.
Glad I found this! P47B and P51D are two of my favorite aircraft. I like the black and white treatment you’ve done, and including the two airmen/pilots adds even more atmosphere to the shot. Nicely done!
Black and white photos are the “bomb”.
Love the shots from Duxford! Great job on the “Jug” and the Mustang, I can almost hear both of them cranking over for another sortie.
Wow. A North American P-51 Mustang and a really rare Republic P-47 Thunderbolt. I didn’t know that there were any of the latter still flying. Good choice going with B&W on this vintage composition, by the way.
Thanks for sharing.
I remember Duxford when it was on its infancy as a museum. In those days you could just walk in without paying and wander around the place admiring the dereliction. Went back recently. Not like that now but was well impressed.
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