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Old 06-15-2018   #1
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A few shots from the new location at Ellington Field, thanks for looking.

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Looks like some nicely judged exposures. I enjoyed seeing these.
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great series of shots that are usually tough shooting conditions.
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Looks like some nicely judged exposures. I enjoyed seeing these.
Thank you very much, glad you enjoyed them.
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great series of shots that are usually tough shooting conditions.
Thanks, editing tools today make processing much easier.
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I would doubt that the P47 & the Mig were painted as they were when in operation, but they're all beautiful none the less.
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I would doubt that the P47 & the Mig were painted as they were when in operation, but they're all beautiful none the less.
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Glad you enjoyed them, the P-47 paint scheme is correct from WWII (https://www.facebook.com/hubertazemk...c_location=ufi).


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