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Zero

By jark
The only fully intact Zero left from WWII is in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC.
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Jiynkxie's avatar
That looks brilliant.
MidnightDash2137's avatar
This... Is... AWESOME!
sirethomas's avatar
For a moment I thought it was a model kit airplane... I'd love to have one of these hanging in my ceiling. ...full scale that is...
doodleplex's avatar
Dang, how long have they had this Zero? I don't think it was there last time I went. =( Love the shot though!
Also nice to see you again. =)
jark's avatar
Good question, and one I do not know the answer to. It must have been here a while because my Japanese colleague was raving about it.

Thank you for the kind words! :heart:
vulpul's avatar
nice shot ! :D a bit of grain would've been great methinks.

You back around here ?
jark's avatar
Pretty much, yes
UpsRussia's avatar
How close were you to it
jark's avatar
It was about 5 feet away from me
gdpr-29948763's avatar
Glad to see you alive. :lol:

The perspective adds impact to the photo, how big is the plane? 
jark's avatar
Thank you very much! The plane is surprisingly very small. I would say its roughly 30 feet long or so.
gdpr-29948763's avatar
You're welcome! Oh that's interesting. :o
Tordo's avatar
Nice shot.

Good to see you around here.
jark's avatar
Thank you very much!
Tordo's avatar
You're welcome!
crodgers's avatar
Very cool shot!  Love the colors and mood, excellent work!
jark's avatar
Thank you for the very kind words!
ace-goldstar's avatar
At first I thought this was a model plane.

Nice to know you're still alive and kickin' Jark.
jark's avatar
Thanks. I am still alive and kicking ass and taking names. Hahaha. :)
rotane's avatar
Yep, a narrow depth of field tends to have that effect :)
SRaffa's avatar

Starkly dynamic and compelling; powerfully composed and smartly vignetted…

:+fav:

jark's avatar
Thank you very much!
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