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Picture of the De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth aircraft

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More: Australia - Victoria, January 8, 2006
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VH-FAH / A17-521 (cn DHA944) Two horizons! The instructor's mirror allowed a view of the student in the rear seat (in this case the owner of this immaculately-restored Tiger). Note the strut-mounted vane ASI indicating a speed of 62 m.p.h.
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A visitor from - posted Fri November 29, 2013:
Great composition. Well done. 5* RGB

A visitor from - posted Mon July 16, 2012:
Old School!!

A visitor from Taiwan posted Sat August 29, 2009:
Mate! This is just a great photo!

A visitor from Australia posted Sat October 25, 2008:
Great focus, angle, composition, and i say is that Sean Connery
=D

A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed October 22, 2008:
It took me 20 years to get from the front seat of a Bücker Jungmann to the backseat. This picture represents for me exactly the feeling which prompted me to learn to fly. For me it can hardly get any better.

A visitor from Australia posted Sun October 12, 2008:
Your teahcing him how to fly a tiger moth right... not to gly. and its his! this is something i realy want to do!!!

A visitor from Canada posted Wed February 20, 2008:
Wow amazing composition

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 4, 2007:
Hmmm... I thought I had seen that photo somewhere before. Justflight used it on the packaging for their TigerMoth addon.

A visitor from Australia posted Thu February 16, 2006:
What do you use to clean your mirrors? Very impressive. I use windex but like your clean mirror very much.

A visitor from Canada posted Wed February 15, 2006:
Wow! That cant be the only asi, lol. Cool shot

A visitor from Austria posted Tue February 14, 2006:
I can almost smell gas,oil and engine and not to forget, the landscape below. This is what flying biplanes really means.

A visitor from Austria posted Sat February 11, 2006:
What a tremendous shot!

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