Something Old

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by luckydog, Jul 20, 2003.

  1. luckydog

    luckydog TPF Noob!

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    I've been in withdrawl it's been so long since i posted. Have been away practicing to defeat our enemies but between battles, finally found somewhere host my pics .

    Here's one of a beautiful old girl...

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  2. nukie

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    absolutely loving it.

    the contrast in black and white really works for it.
     
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    lovely shot ... very cool ... gotta love b&w :)
     
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    WOW! The P51 Mustang and P38 Lightning were my favorite WWII planes. This looks better in B&W than it would in color. It looks like it had a lot of patchwork done.
     
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    Terrific shot of a great 'plane!
     
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    Very nice work luckydog.
     
  7. Vladimir Estragon

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    This is a really good shot. I like how the haze gives a feeling of age to it, and how there's nothing in it to make you think it wasn't taken in the 1940s. I also like how the plane looks used, and not a museum piece. Notice the engine soot up front by the prop. Very nice work.
     

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