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Chuck A. Villanueva said on July 14, 2017
Ah once again the end of the week gallery of amazing images. Never enough , thanks Rob.
David leigh-smith said on July 14, 2017
My favourite part of the week, and what a set this week. I like spending some time over each image just thinking about the scene (esp. 42, everyone loves a B25).
Took me a while to figure out number 45 (why the hell is this here?) until I realised it was a model and that’s a real lemon!
Beautiful and provocative as usual. Thanks, Rob.
Morne Meyer said on July 14, 2017
Again some stunning Friday goodies to wake up to. Thanks Rob!! My favourites today are the US Carrier flight deck during the Korean War depicting carrier operations as normal even in the midst of a blizzard. Gives new meaning to the old slogan in the US Navy: “It’s not a job it’s an adventure.” The other’s are the B 29 Ace in the Hole and the GI”s lighting their cigarettes on a hot machine gun barrel.
Christian Ristits said on July 14, 2017
Craig Abrahamson said on July 14, 2017
You have a marvelous selection of photographs in your files(s) and we’re all thankful you came up with this idea and look forward to a man each week when you take the time to post ’em. By the way, that photo-shopped pic of the F-35B certainly puts everything into perspective, doesn’t it? 🙂
Dirk Derks said on July 14, 2017
Thanks for another great collection.
My favorite is the Saab Viggen over the icy sea.
Regards, Dirk / The Netherlands.
Robert Royes said on July 14, 2017
Great as usual, I like # 10
Ferry Dierckxsens said on July 15, 2017
As allways a great collection. Really like the guy with the propellor in the tube.
neil foster said on July 15, 2017
Thanks Rob ,I look forward to these each week.
David Mills said on July 17, 2017
Its amazing what you see on the Central Line these days (#8).
#45 great exposition of scale,
#.9 ‘You were supposed to give way to your left!”
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