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  1. #171

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    Re: Aircraft

    P-40 Warhawk.

    Negative # ACAQ 218. "Flying Tiger. Evergreen Flying Field, Vancouver, WA
    Camera: RB67, 180mm lens, FP4+ film. (scanned). A 60 year old warbird still flying.

    P-40 Warhawk by Reinhold S., on Flickr


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    Re: Aircraft

    Gotta love the P40, that mouth always looks so bad-ass!

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    Here's another old timer...

    Douglas DC-3 in Eastern Airlines dress.
    At Pearson Field (Fort Vancouver Nat'l. Historic site), Vancouver, Washington.
    Among the most reliable airplanes ever made, DC-3s continue to fly daily in active service as of April 2017, more than eighty years after the type's first flight in 1935.

    # ACAQ 200. Camera: 8x20" KB Canham, 780mm Apo Ronar lens, YG filter on 8x20" Ilford HP5 film.

    . . DC-3. Vancouver, Washington by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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  4. #174

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    Reinhold... nice use of the wide format.

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    An odd way to use wide format;

    When a torpedo bomber flew into Vancouver USA I happened to have my Canham 8x20 on hand, sooo...
    Here's a different way to use a ULF on a Grumman TBM "Avenger"...

    . . Grumman "Avenger". Vancouver, WA by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Last edited by Reinhold Schable; 12-Jan-2018 at 17:57.

  6. #176

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    A Canham 8x20 and a Mustang are a pretty good fit...

    . . P-51d Mustang. Vancouver, WA by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    "Elegantly simple, and simply elegant", the Mustang was(is) one of the most graceful and beautiful of airplanes.
    After the war ended, my brother and I tried to pool our pennies and buy one for a close-out price of $1500 from the government...

    Negative # ACAQ 428. KB Canham 8x20" camera. 600mm lens, YG filter, Ilford FP4 film

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    Re: Aircraft

    Last Fall I got a ride in a Beech C45. All I have is a cabin video.

    The Mustang ride was too expensive for me.

    Next time I want the Steerman open cockpit biplane.

    I won’t fly commercial. Too scary...

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