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Douglas DC-6 (OE-LDM)

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Peter West
Great image, when was this taken? What camera/lens?
Maurice Quirin
Terrific photo Christoph!
Ken Hardy
When Airplanes were real Planes, not Aircraft and were flown by stick and rudder pilots who could really navigate from A to B Remember the movie with John Wayne The High and the Mighty
Larry Horton
Beautiful plane and photo
ward legrow
Wow - what a beautiful image!
John Freschl
The two aircraft used in The High and the Mighty exteriors (one of my all time favorite films) were DC-4s (converted C-54s). I once had the "pleasure" of flying a redeye charter from OAK to LGA on a DC-4 (late 50s). Unforgettable! Not much appetite for breakfast the next morning. Still love the DC-3 through DC-7, especially the DC-6.
jena weber
Terrific pic and classic plane!
n5mj
three thumbs up!
Beautiful photo ...👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Christoph PlankPhoto Uploader
@Peter West: on the 26th of October 2019 ;-) Camera: Canon EOS600D with 55-250mm
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@Maurice Quirin: thanks :-D
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@Larry Horton: thx :-)
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@ward legrow: thanks ;-)
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@jena weber: thanks :-D
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@n5mj: thx :-D
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@Grinauria Cristiana Marques Thiago Thiago: many thanks :-D
Stephen Jensen
Magnificent !
renato basso
red bull gives you wings
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