Originally serving with the 332nd Fighter group, the first all African-American Fighter Group known as The Tuskegee Airmen, this is a rare and special P-51D Mustang. Having never had a major rebuild she is almost totally as built in 1944, and still carries evidence of her battle scars to this day, with repairs just behind the pilot’s position on both sides of the fuselage, and puncture repairs to the fin. Less original when this photograph was taken a couple of years ago is her colour scheme. From 1989 until recently her previous French owner had her painted as “Jumpin’ Jacques”, a Mustang operated by the 3rd Air Commando Unit that operated out of the Philippines and was flown by a Lt. Jacque E. Young. She has since been repainted in an authentic scheme as “Tall In The Saddle”. Fancy somethin’ Jumpin’ this in your place? Check out the website for this and many more strictly Limited Edition fine art photographic prints, link in the bio.
Picture reportage to the Lanz Bulldog.
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The Lanz Bulldog has been around since 1921. Initially designed as a farm tractor, a variety of models for use as tractors, for example as Verkehrsbulldogs, Eilbulldogs was released. Showmen and circus people enjoyed great popularity. Today, Lanz Bulldogs have become cult objects. In the coming days I'll show you a few things about these tugs. A collection of the Lanz Bulldogs saw in the year 2014 on the Augsburg Plaerrer. ——————————————————— Bildreportage zum Lanz Bulldog
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Den Lanz Bulldog gibt es seit 1921. Zunächst als Ackerschlepper konzipiert, wurde eine Vielfalt von Modellen für den Einsatz als Zugmaschinen, zum Beispiel als Verkehrsbulldogs, Eilbulldogs herausgebracht. Bei Schaustellern und Zirkusleuten erfreute es sich großer Beliebtheit. Heute sind Lanz Bulldogs Kultobjekte geworden. In den kommenden Tagen zeige ich Euch einiges über diese Schlepper. Eine Sammlung der Lanz Bulldogs sa man 2014 anlässlich des Herbstplärrers
Während die Lötlampe den Glühkopf erhitzt, hat der Fahrer die Klappe vom Schwungrad abgenommen. Dort ist eine Öffnung zu sehen, die beim Anlassen des Bulldogs eine Rolle spielt.
While the blowtorch heats the glow head, the driver has removed the flap from the flywheel. There is a opening, which plays a role in the start of the Bulldogs.
Utah may not be at the top of your “must see” list or in the vacation schedule any time soon, but it should be. You don’t even have to go near a city and you’ll be entirely enthralled and completely captivated by its natural beauty. I know a lot about the environment and nature, but I never knew I could be so surprised by such a magnificent region. None of the many photos that I took and love from Utah even remotely convey how grandiose and unique it was in person. What travel destination surprised you the most?
"We had been snorkelling all day trying to find spotted eagle rays and get close for a good photo at the southern Great Barrier Reef but with no success. They seemed to get scared when we tried approaching them and every time took off like rockets. It was getting dark when we decided to head back to the beach. Just when we were about to finish for the day, this fearless spotted eagle ray appeared from the darkness and glided right underneath me giving me the perfect chance to be close and get a few photos before it had disappeared back into the darkness. One of the most memorable moments on that trip for me.
A good tip for photographing wildlife underwater is to get close and then get closer, but also, to let the animals come to you and don't go chasing them. Often in life, it is best to just relax and let things come to you." - @kristianlainephotography
Camera: Nikon #D810
Lens: NIKKOR AF-S 16-35mm f/4G ED VR
Settings: ISO 800 | f/22 | 1/250 sec | 16mm
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