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    Mig

    From The Flying Leatherneck Museum on MCAS Miramar.
    Harman Titan 4x5
    Harman Direct Positive Paper


    Leatherneck 1 by James Harr's Photos, on Flickr

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    Well framed and well shot, James. It's interesting to see the tonsils of this airplane.
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    Nice! Too bad Harman Ilford haven't yet produced a replacement direct positive paper.

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    Those are adenoids. And great shot!

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    Cool photo. Those planes with the air intakes on the fuselage always had a menacing look to them.

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    Lucky it wasn't running, you would of got sucked in..
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