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Craig Abrahamson said on May 25, 2017
Another great essay of eclectic photos, Rob…always the highlight of the day.
neil foster said on May 25, 2017
Windsor Davies, Oh dear ,what a pity ,never mind…..love it.
Chuck A. Villanueva said on May 26, 2017
Another set of images that just tell a story. Leaping tanks, wild paint jobs, women and children at war. And even when a lull in battle, time for some moments to relieve the reality at hand. All captured with a snap of a camera. good stuff
David leigh-smith said on May 26, 2017
Rob, you surpass yourself. Horror, sadness, compassion, technical excellence, and a beautiful pair of roundels in no. 35!
neil foster said on May 27, 2017
I love pic #36 ,those nasty old Germans pinched one of our tanks and we took it back again, what,s the story with the Vulcan front end in the river Rob any idea where it is now that tractor looks fairly modern ,nice collection of pics again.
Rob Pollock said on June 2, 2017
Hi,Neil. Apologies for late reply. Been away and wifi reception v poor. You’re right that’s a captured Matilda recaptured, but I don’t know the back story of the Vulcan on-tow – just struck me as a great photo.
Paul Barber said on May 28, 2017
Grunherz FW190As in Winter Camo – I’m getting twitchy and peering at the cupboard…..
That’s really the whole point of these posts, to stimulate ideas for projects 😀
Christian Ristits said on May 28, 2017
Really nice pics, thanks again for sharing them with us!
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