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(September 20-24, 2006)

John Leith

Kirkwall Airport Terminal Building

Andy Leffler

The Museum of Flight

Seattle, Washington, USA

11:00AM, Sept 24, 2006

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Located at the south end of Boeing field in Seattle, the Museum of Flight has a huge collection of vintage and modern aircraft, 40 of which are within the confines of this one structure. Nearest to the camera (with the green nose) is a WWII German ME 109. To it's right is a F2G-1 Corsair of the same vintage. Above the ME 109 is a Stearman PT13-A, and above the Corsair is a Aeronca L3B Grasshopper. The huge dark presence in the center of the exhibit is a Lockheed M21 Blackbird spy plane, while the silver fighter on the floor is a Russian MiG 21PFM. With the exception of a few very early pioneers not apparant in this view, all the airplanes at the museum are originals.

USA-Canada / USA-Washington

Lat: 47° 31' 4.54" N
Long: 123° 18' 48.32" W

Elevation: 3 meters

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Nikon D80, Peleng 8mm Fisheye lens, Manfrotto Tripod w/ball head, Panosaurus VR camera mount.

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