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davidwozhere
Posted 12/05/2024 - 23:39 Link
It's clearly a big job (Covid aid? - a guess from the masks and mega freight haulage). The very dramatic point of view makes you stop and look at it.
Both the *istDS and the K5 are incurably addicted to old glass

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go4IT
Posted 13/05/2024 - 00:08 Link
davidwozhere wrote:
It's clearly a big job (Covid aid? - a guess from the masks and mega freight haulage). The very dramatic point of view makes you stop and look at it.

Agree. And the light on the horizon contrasts nicely with the darker foreground. Very nice composition.
Posted 13/05/2024 - 07:21 Link
davidwozhere wrote:
It's clearly a big job (Covid aid? - a guess from the masks and mega freight haulage). The very dramatic point of view makes you stop and look at it.

go4IT wrote:
davidwozhere wrote:
It's clearly a big job (Covid aid? - a guess from the masks and mega freight haulage). The very dramatic point of view makes you stop and look at it.

Agree. And the light on the horizon contrasts nicely with the darker foreground. Very nice composition.

100 paratroopers were transferred. At that time, several forest fires were working - for quick localization and transfer.
Igor V. Kapustin
Spad
Posted 13/05/2024 - 12:21 Link
An IL76...

I have only seen one once... it was at Manchester Airport. I went there especially to see it, and we got soaking wet because the weather was crap!!!

The pilot did an epic crab landing!!
The Legendary Terry Pratchett once said:
At the beggining there was nothing....

Which exploded....
Posted 13/05/2024 - 12:46 Link
Spad wrote:
An IL76...

I have only seen one once... it was at Manchester Airport. I went there especially to see it, and we got soaking wet because the weather was crap!!!

The pilot did an epic crab landing!!

This?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzzEzfaMH6w
Igor V. Kapustin
Posted 13/05/2024 - 12:51 Link
Spad wrote:
An IL76...

I have only seen one once... it was at Manchester Airport. I went there especially to see it, and we got soaking wet because the weather was crap!!!

The pilot did an epic crab landing!!

I managed to fly another interesting aircraft - 106 were produced - IL86. During the Soviet period, I lived in the North, and flights were mainly made on IL86 and TU154
Igor V. Kapustin

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