The Rest of the Story - for Sig (junge1) by bmac62 ()
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Happy Birthday Sig (junge1).
Here's a complimentary shot for you Sig of the F-84 Tara (auntietk) spoke of in her posting. Same reflections from a different POV.
Location: Evergreen Air and Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon.
Image Comments (24)
Ah! I see a jet engine in the reflection. Could it belong to the little F-84? From the front end it sure looks so! This is another great shot, Bill. You get both the plane, the reflexion of the engine and the air intake all in the same photo. Also interesting how nice and reflective these early planes were compared to todays non-reflecting surfaces. A nice birthday tribute to Sig (junge1). Happy Birthday, Sig! Keep up the good work and all these surprises, Bill! :-)
I think I've now gotten to every shot of yours on this page of your gallery. (Just as I have, now, with tara---except for her writing, which is next.) That may sound like a big "o wow, I may pass OUT, Mark," moment (said with a tad of sarcasm), but it's a big deal for me, who spends so much time on one comment that I rarely cover a whole page of images anywhere. (And watch the sarcasms, sir!) This is a big splash of a shot, and I imagine a lot of fun for pilots and plane lovers. Your pov lets the plane just splash open for us, as the body whooshes up to the front and reveals all that chrome-y light and reflection. It's a real beaut of a sight, and the stark yellow and the red upfront (where it says "REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT") make wonderful contrasts. A serious shot, but also a lot of fun, as your perspective lets it all hit us in the face. And your background lines work well with the lines of the plane. Another eye-catcher plane shot from you, Bill.