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| A visitor from - posted Tue October 27, 2009:|
Amazing picture, you can see the diference between the first Spitfire and the late version of the model.
Maybe the aircraft with the Poland symbol was in the same squadron that the mighty pilot Douglas Bader
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed August 2, 2006:|
Excellent: focusing, lighting and point of view.
Slightly lower shutter speed would blurr the propeller blades to give a better feeling og movement.
Roger Joule (cr6rj)
| A visitor from Portugal posted Sun April 2, 2006:|
Amazing, traditional Spitfire and an Seafire, And the spitfire has the poland symbol wich mean they had Polish pilots on Battle of Britain.
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