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23rd of April 2005 (Sat), 16:49
This is a Vietman ( 1970's ) era Hoover craft built for the US Army of the three built this is the last one it just went on display in our new maritime museum.
I did some ps work the lighting was horrible. Please let me what you think.
23rd of April 2005 (Sat), 17:01
Looks good to me. Nice Shot
23rd of April 2005 (Sat), 22:23
Nice shot of what must have been one crazy apparatus! It seems that they used that conflict as a testing ground for more than it's fair share of military oddities :confused:
23rd of April 2005 (Sat), 23:17
Interesting shot Mike. Where is that at? Have you been down to McMinnville to the Evergreen Air Museum where the Spruce Goose and SR-71 are? Nice place to shot planes!
23rd of April 2005 (Sat), 23:22
I believe that too about the testing grounds for who knows what. Didn't they have the cruise misiles up and running after this war?
24th of April 2005 (Sun), 02:43
You did a good job on an intresting photo. Where, pray tell, is this maritime museum?
24th of April 2005 (Sun), 09:11
Thank you for all your comments, the museum is in Bellingham WA. it is still in it's infancy it has the hoover craft a river boat ( also one of, if not the last of it's kind ) and then a few other boats built by Uniflite.
24th of April 2005 (Sun), 10:33
i think the pix worked well. actually the backround is interesting. too bad ya couldnt get the guy in the blue coat to move
24th of April 2005 (Sun), 10:35
Nice shot, but it really doesn't do it for me. I think it's the people in the shot. If you were able to capture the boat in an akward type angle without any people - WITH the current lighting, it might be a better shot. Needless to say, it would have been hard to kick everyone out of the way!!!
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