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A2A Connie in Sweden

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BOAC repaint of the A2A Connie at FL 110 at 11:00 Zulu yesterday in Sweden from ESNQ Kiruna to ESNN - Sundsvall-Timrå.

I flew a P3C Orion in Sweden 43 years ago when I was in the Navy.  As best as I can recall, this shot captures the extremely cold look in the dead of winter.

(ps--thanks much to Poppet for her screenshot tutorial)

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Forever indebted to the late Michael Greenblatt of FSGS.

 

 

 

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Very nice shot. Prop liners just have a certain grace and mystique lie none other.  


Vic green

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That does indeed look COLD! :cool:


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