Luftwaffe A/C at NASM Udvar-Hazy

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twoeagles

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Oct 18, 2006
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These were taken a year ago or about 2 months before the Do-335 was put on display. Trying to get clean shots of so many aircraft crammed close together is a daunting task! If I can find them, I will post the photo's my son made inside the Silver Hill facility of the Horten 229. If interested, will post some of the Japanese birds.
 

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Ambient light was generally fine for visual appreciation but not great for photography, and in some instances I used flash. Some photo's were lost because the large expanses of polished aluminum, especially on Enola Gay, would foil the camera's meter. All were taken with a Nikon D100 and 40-120 autofocus zoom.
 
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I went to the musuem February last year. I really wish the Do-335 had been on display when I went there. I wish they would hurry up and get the damn 229 on display.
 
Taking aircraft pictures inside is always a challenge because of the way they get crammed in and the vast expanses noting above that somtimes swallows up the flash.
 

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