Scott By: Scott

SR-71A Blackbird

stopped by the Smithsonian's addition to the Air & Space museum out by Dulles Airport...stared down the fastest plane ever built...64 minutes 2 seconds coast to coast.

  • Karen Hoffmann 8y

    nice HDR... this looks like it should be in a sci-fi movie.
  • Alvaro Munoz-Aycuens Mtnz. 8y

    Great shoot and good perspective, take a look at my choice:
    NASM
  • Zain ul Abideen 8y

  • Scott 8y

    @Karen: thanks...was kinda going for the right up in your face a little bit intimidating sort of a perspective

    @Alvaro: I grabbed a couple from that perspective too, it is an impressive jet from every angle!
  • Skip Vetter PRO 8y

    Excellent composition. Nice job.
  • S.ALSajari 8y

    Can't beleive that some just don't want to comments on such a beautifull work.

    Its stunning, and i really admire it
  • Steven Bulman PRO 8y

    Awesome, looks like it is still hot from flight.
  • b3a5t PRO 8y

    Love it!
  • Scott 8y

    thanks everyone for the comments!
  • Justin Fisher PRO 8y

    Excellent composition, love the perspective and colors.
  • David McManus PRO 8y

    Great capture of the sexiest machine ever built by man.
  • qUAntUm k 8y

    wicked subject, composition and hdr treatment mate!
  • Matthew Slowe 8y

    Looks like the craft out of Flight of the Navigator (great 80s movie) :)
  • patty_colmer 8y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Colmers Corners, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    Unbelievable photo!! You captured, speed, time and the future all in one photo. Great work.
  • OneStepCloser 8y

    Great use of HDR. Looks like it is from a futuristic movie... reminds me of Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow for some reason.
  • n+s 8y

    cool !
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Taken on June 8, 2007
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