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Later that day

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    After the Show and Shine I ended up "baby sitting" in the maintenance hangar while some of the others fetched back the P-40s. They'd been redoing the control cables for the Mustang, so a lot of stuff that wasn't normally exposed was opened up and tools were everywhere, and they wanted to be sure nothing got messed with. I took the opportunity to take odds and ends photos, and to take one of Rick once they went back to work.

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    Really like that last "Hmmm???" shot. Really looks like he is figuring out a perplexing challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbillygirl View Post
    Really like that last "Hmmm???" shot. Really looks like he is figuring out a perplexing challenge.
    Oh, he was. They were to the point where they were making damned sure the cables weren't backwards. You get some bad results when they are.

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    Wonderful detail, nice and crispy sharp to boot.
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    Nice series - Shots 2 and 5 are my faves here.
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    Thanks, Matt and Marko. I was just hoping I got something. No place to brace or set a tripod, not with things opened up everywhere. So I cranked the ISO and let my breath out. Seems like I get away with that more than I should...

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