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Posted By: DW58, 08-30-2018, 09:42 AM

I think I posted this a year ago. But tweaked it a bit differently this time around. A gorgeous piece of machinery in my opinion.

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08-30-2018, 09:52 AM   #2
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Oh, be still my heart! That. is. gorgeous!
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Oh, be still my heart! That. is. gorgeous!
I thought so too Gina. I switched images though. I like this angle a little better. Thanks for your comment.
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QuoteOriginally posted by DW58 Quote
I think I posted this a year ago. But tweaked it a bit differently this time around. A gorgeous piece of machinery in my opinion.
Nice job of catching the radial engine - we don't usually get much of a view of one of those

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QuoteOriginally posted by DW58 Quote
I think I posted this a year ago. But tweaked it a bit differently this time around. A gorgeous piece of machinery in my opinion.
Yes indeed. Nice shot.
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Nice job of catching the radial engine - we don't usually get much of a view of one of those
A little better look.
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I think I like the first one better, it has more context. Lovely airplane and a nice capture!
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Nice 1st image. Love the engine cowl design and that aluminum shine. The 2nd shows good detail in that big engine. Wonderful images. Thanks.

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I think I like the first one better, it has more context. Lovely airplane and a nice capture!
QuoteOriginally posted by TedH42 Quote
Nice 1st image. Love the engine cowl design and that aluminum shine. The 2nd shows good detail in that big engine. Wonderful images. Thanks.
Thanks.
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Lovely T-6! Or is it an SNJ?
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Lovely T-6! Or is it an SNJ?
Sorry. I have no idea.
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Wow; fascinating.
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Sorry. I have no idea.
Same aircraft underneath, just Army Air Corps or Naval livery are the difference.
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Wow; fascinating.
Thanks for commenting.

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Same aircraft underneath, just Army Air Corps or Naval livery are the difference.
Thanks for the info.
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