haha. reminds me of this one: https://youtu.be/xmDMRSLZqNU
pull up… now… please!
It looks like a cross between catfish and plane. And yes, duck!
that would be considered a low pass….
Low-profile tripod with a remote shutter release. I've tried it with trains, and it ain't easy to get something good.
What fun is that +Olav Folland….. Take photo and run screaming…
If you took the shot and laid down flat you'd probably be okay too +Brent Burzycki. I seriously doubt the pilot would let the prop get within three feet of the ground. At least on purpose…
Shortly perfect job:-)
La vedo brutta.
+Olav Folland Guess it all matters just how big your butt is….
In my case, three feet, just to be safe.
It's possible it's a P-51 Mustang.
+Patrick O'Brian looks like it
Five blades? Ah, Google tells me there was a 5 blade variant, the P51G.
It doesn't look much lika a Mustang.PZL Orlik: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PZL-130_Orlik
Sizinle burada tanıştık, seçimler fotoğraflar çok güzel, ama ben kâle alındığım dostlukları seviyorum, hüzün verenleri değil, +osman damgacı,.
Şirin bir fotoğraf ve tozu dumana katan bir kalkış !! Çok keyifli..
Looks like a Russian Cobra. I think the Russians flew the Cobras.
Looks like it might be a hurricane.
+Sid Mcduffie You know what dude I think your right. I'm gonna stick with my Cobra guess until confirmation. But I think if taken to a panel for a vote, you may get elected plane spotter guessing correct guy of the year award over me.
+Patrick O'Brian not a chance that's a P-51. No scoop and the engine looks British or Russian.
Take another look and zoom… I think it's a turboprop… Not sure what…
+Don Mack PZL Orlik: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PZL-130_Orlik
+Ubbe Fr Indeed…
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