Aviation Photo #1001717: De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth - Untitled


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Phil Vabre
    Untitled
    De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth
    De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
    De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
    De Havilland
    DHA944
    VH-FAH
    A17-521
    Bendigo
    Victoria
    Australia
    January 8, 2006
  • 248

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Photo ID
#1001717
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48,026
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Accepted
February 11, 2006
Caption
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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1024px
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683px

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Comments (12)

Anonymous
10 years ago
What a tremendous shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I can almost smell gas,oil and engine and not to forget, the landscape below. This is what flying biplanes really means.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow! That cant be the only asi, lol. Cool shot
Anonymous
10 years ago
What do you use to clean your mirrors? Very impressive. I use windex but like your clean mirror very much.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Hmmm... I thought I had seen that photo somewhere before. Justflight used it on the packaging for their TigerMoth addon.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow amazing composition
Anonymous
7 years ago
Your teahcing him how to fly a tiger moth right... not to gly. and its his! this is something i realy want to do!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
It took me 20 years to get from the front seat of a B├╝cker 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.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great focus, angle, composition, and i say is that Sean Connery
=D
Anonymous
7 years ago
Mate! This is just a great photo!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Old School!!
Anonymous
2 years ago
Great composition. Well done. 5* RGB