Aviation Photo #1368604: Messerschmitt Me-262A-1C Schwalbe Replica - Untitled


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  • Max FoxbatRU Bryansky - Russian APT
    Untitled
    Messerschmitt Me-262A-1C Schwalbe Replica
    Messerschmitt Me-262 Schwalbe
    Messerschmitt Me-262 Schwalbe
    Messerschmitt
    501244
    D-IMTT
    Berlin - Schonefeld
    Germany
    June 2008
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#1368604
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July 04, 2008
Caption
ILA 2008
Width
1280px
Height
854px

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Comments (18)

Anonymous
8 years ago
Very nice pic ... 5*
Anonymous
8 years ago
Very sweet !! let us say, 1st JET EvaH
Anonymous
8 years ago
I like the use of the b/w effect! Gives it that authentic "wartime" feel.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Clean shot i'll make it as my background good work comrade.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice clean shot of perhaps the most feared plane of WWII :)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Lovley and nostalgic picture but needs two modifications to make it a REAL war time pic: 1- pilot needs a war time helmet/oxygen mask (not a modern one as he/she has in the pic) and 2-A swastika sign on the tail.
Anonymous
8 years ago
I love this plane
Anonymous
8 years ago
How can you not love this plane. Great angle.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great shot. By the way: It is forbitten to use a swastika in Germany.
Anonymous
8 years ago
This is the best picture of my favorite aircraft! Though I too would have liked some more authenticity too, like the pilot's equipment etc.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Very nice picture of a plane so advanced for its age. Unfortunately, the cabin shape looks more than a P-51 or P-47 than the Me-262
Anonymous
8 years ago
Fantastic shot! with the white background it almost looks like a drawing!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Just a piece of art - extremely puristic - one more time an excellent example to show that authentic revolutionary design is beautiful and sustaining!
Anonymous
7 years ago
A very good shot of a really technical jewel ... Thanks for sharing, Max!

Vasile B. - Romania
Anonymous
7 years ago
Beautiful shot, looks perfect as my desktop wallpaper
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow ! What a beautiful photo of a wonerful aircraft. Timeless , great job
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wonder what kind of engines it has. Wonderful machine
Anonymous
4 years ago
Same jet engines as the F5 freedom Fighter, but with a cowling around to look like ww2 era jumo's when panel's as opened.