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David leigh-smith said on August 25, 2017
I dont know how you do it, Rob. Either you have several hard drives full of the most amazing photos or you spend every minute of every day scouring the world’s websites for these brilliant images. Either way, thank you!
Chuck A. Villanueva said on August 25, 2017
Only 49 today, love the F-4 looming up behind the C-130. The few car images are cool, the Corvair and the BMW 3 series convt images back to back could’ve been taken from my driveway a few years ago as I had both cars sitting side by side at one time. And finally the Harness horse pacer is one I can relate too as well. Good stuff.
Rob Pollock said on August 25, 2017
Check again. Firstly the loadup states 50 but when actually posted it shows 49 and I have to go back to add another image. Don’t know why, but it happens regularly. I can usually correct it quickly but you were too sharp for me this time!
Jeff Bailey said on August 25, 2017
I’m with Chuck; the F4 trailing the C-130 is an awesome photo. I wondered at first if it was a Photoshop (or similar) product.
I was sad to get to the last photo. That means I have to wait another week for more.
kloster zero said on August 25, 2017
I’ve become a great fan of your work. N1 could zis be ze country where I live?…
Craig Abrahamson said on August 25, 2017
The two pics of the Lightnings evoke my senses…a shame about the one left to deteriorate and the other in all it’s beauty and splendor. And that saucer thing MUST be photo shopped, right? The Hustler is a great shot – as is the T-38/Corvair pic. I can’t help but wonder how the aft end of the Phantom was photographed on it’s takeoff roll. Great stuff as always, Rob….thanks.
Oh….and yes – I, too, love that Mig “pilot”. 🙂
neil foster said on August 25, 2017
I don’t really see how # 47 is relevant to this hobby…….but I’m glad you put it in anyway ,cheers.
Detail-up for car modellers. The mechanic is optional for scale.
Josh Patterson said on August 25, 2017
Neil, I will refer you to the video on YouTube by the band Psychostick “Because Boobs”.
neil foster said on August 26, 2017
Cheers Josh,I did indeed check it out,truly inspirational wordplay,Shakespear would be proud.If you like this kind of subtle ,gentle humour you may be interested in a little known English combo The Macc Lads, I suggest you start of with “Barrels round-live” and take it from there.
Josh Patterson said on August 26, 2017
Just ordered Macc Lads “From Beer to Eternity”. They go good with March to the Grave, thanks!
Robert Royes said on August 25, 2017
Nice collection! Both F-4s are great, as are the B-58 and the sun bathing on the flying boat wing.
I like the Mig driver too!
Fills out the flight suit nicely!
Any guesses as to which flying boat it is? I would guess a Catalina, but the outer wing panels look like metal, not fabric covered like a PBY.
Allan J Withers said on August 26, 2017
Looks like Catalina to me, only the control surfaces and the rear of the wing are fabric covered, the rest is metal !!
Julian Shawyer said on August 25, 2017
Another great selection Rob. Thanks for all your efforts.
The Hustler, Viggen and F-16 with the vapor, smokewinders and heat haze are all nice! It’s amazing that the T-38 and Corvair are the same vintage. The Talon doesn’t look dated at all! Now the girl with the assets working on the BMW, she’d be perfect if it were an Alfa she was wrenching on!
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on August 25, 2017
Rob, love the photos, as usual. The Lightning is really growing on me!
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