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Old Jun 16, 2005, 9:18 PM   #1
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I am a new owner of a DX7590 and I'm still getting used to the camera. I thought that these turned out pretty good.



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Whew,, being a dial-up user it took me awhile to to view the pics,,lol I am asumming those are bullet holes on the tail wing of the first pic,,wow. I notice alittle birdie on thethird pic about thethird plane down, he must be keeping an eye on things. I dont know anything about planes, but the names on the tail wing in thethird pic (McCord, McGuire) what are those? Nice pics!
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I delivered an old jet fighter to the boneyard a long time ago. It was fun.
You land at the air base and a "follow me" truck leads you to a fence at the
edge of the field. You then taxi on local roads to where they want to dump
the plane. The police stop cars and you wave at the kids as you pass.

It was a little depressing to see all those brave old birds abandoned.

The planes with the base names on the tail look like C141 transports.

You might consider smaller images in deference to those with dialup.
I have my browser set to not resize and they are huge.

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cCool shots!..I never did know what they did with old planes..and now I do..thanks for the education.
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interesting pics and welcome to the forum Pyg

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Old Jun 17, 2005, 4:54 PM   #8
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Nice pics Pyg, The planes looked cool. Like from an old war movie. And welcome to the forum .
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Old Jun 17, 2005, 5:23 PM   #9
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Whew,, being a dial-up user it took me awhile to to view the pics,,lol I am asumming those are bullet holes on the tail wing of the first pic,,wow. I notice alittle birdie on thethird pic about thethird plane down, he must be keeping an eye on things. I dont know anything about planes, but the names on the tail wing in thethird pic (McCord, McGuire) what are those? Nice pics!
Wow... I didn't think there were any dial-up users left! LOL

Chalk the extra large pic size to me being a newbie to the forum. Any rules or guildlines on picture sizes?




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Steves guidelines: http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/v...amp;forum_id=2

I sometimes link photos a little larger than his recommendations, but never more than 700 pixels in any dimension. They make the rest of the thread unreadable and cause problems for the dial up people.
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