.Ahab, thank you. Most of the photos are selected from thousands of marginal pics. I just kept clicking with the decade old Olympus TG-619 camera, designed in Tokyo and made in China. There is a spin off from the education process here at SteelS with folks appreciating, front, side, rear, quarter, top and bottom shots of absolutely anything. A little landscape design suggests Color, texture, harmony, rhythm and balance are things we look for. Mostly it's just a lot of photo taking, but there is training out there..... https://getpocket.com/explore/item/6-common-photography-mistakes-to-avoid?utm_source=pocket-newtab
However, if you fall on the ice and take pictures while you're down there, the Fury 1 photo can be magical.
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Getting an MV in frame while there is something else...or a lot of something else.... going on in the background is hot. Getting the flag right requires wind which is hard to be good at.....asking for wind.
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Goose was my second MV next to Push the M1010 but once I got them, they almost demanded to have pictures taken. The 50's deuce was just beginning to retire from a regular shift when the 80's introduced the M1010. That's historical. The Goose photo days from 2011 and 2012.
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Once Goose's cab and frame were painted and the fella with his birth day/month on the data-plate approved, getting her out in public seemed easy. The 16/3/27 Pops with the 16/3/56 Goose in 2011.
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Being a part of the Edmonton Aviation Museum since the 90's provided unbelievable opportunity for photos. I was plane nuts long before I was MV nuts but the photo ops are outrageous. Gooses early days in 2012, even through the winter, running to parades and static displays whenever she could.
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Truck, Aircraft, wind in the flag......just the right place at the right time with good batteries and 32GB.
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Goose got to hang out with some Canadian family for more photos after 2012. It's hard to get good pics with a big family.
Left to right, The 1954 CDN M207/ Shop Van..... mistaken as an M220, often called an M220, did some time up north and has rare black-out kit rails and double door system on the back....... the 1953 CDN M211 from the Penhold bunker, now back near the Penhold bunker with a Duramax and being used on a regular basis.....and Goose the Deuce.
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It is amazing how our countries shared technology.
That Fury 1 looks amazingly like the F86 SabreJet.
These are amazing pictures m1010plowboy and I really enjoyed them!
The info about taking a good picture is nice to read when it is too cold to be outside
THANK YOU again for the pictures!