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Old May 6, 2014, 3:15 PM   #11
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Thanks Bob, have edited.
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James, great shots of great history.

Thanks for sharing, much appreciated, good stuff there. Alex looks like he could fly today as well as he did those years back, what a steady hand.... see the autograph.

The motto is one of the greats too.

Glad you got out for the show and give us more of your work.

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I really appreciate you posting these. The close-ups are astonishing - that plane looks like it just rolled out of the factory.
Thanks Ted, Bob, Harj and all, it is well appreciated.
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Fantastic Shots James
What a privilege viewing and shooting these classic aircraft
Thanks for sharing
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Old May 9, 2014, 7:48 AM   #14
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Yes it was Fred and thank you for the kind comment.
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I really appreciate you posting these. The close-ups are astonishing - that plane looks like it just rolled out of the factory.
I had a conversation with the pilot and he really babies that P51, constantly cleaning it and also said it is a joy to fly.
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Fantastic set James, you did a great job with the E3 and the 14-54mm (my favorite lens). Nice angles and compositions.

The picture with Alex and the souvenir you get will be a treasure in a few years.

Marcelo

P.D. How tall are you James?

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