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de Havilland D.H.98 Mosquito T.Mk.III followed by Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc
Paine Field, Everett, Washington, July 21, 2018

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jesse kyzer
nice pic
a mentor
The Mosquito was all plywood and powered by the same Merlins as the Spitfire. Rare to see one, especially one that is airworthy
Alan Brown
Great photo!! Thanks for sharing! Saw a couple of Mossies at Oshkosh a few years back and they are amazing aircraft.
ken kemper
Incredible shot Steven !!

Well Done
greg presley
A shot from the past ... what a change from black and white pictures
serge LOTH
Mosquitos and Spits... the legends!! Thanks to Sir Hugh DOWDINGS...real misknown hero of battle of England..
5*****
jahamley
Great warbirds, but I must say the composition, the colors, the lighting, everything about this photo is amazing. Nice job!
Wincelaus Podbielski
Some great aircraft!
bob reeves
YOU NAILED THIS ONE, GREAT SHOT
jthyland
Nice.
Neil Klapthor
Unique combo in one picture...very nice!
cirrusvfr
Great photo....... Mosquito has got to be one of the most beautiful aircraft thats ever been made
VAIDES RADU SORIN
Beautiful picture !!!...Beautiful bird !!!
adelma
Beautiful! Looks like it was taken in 1944. A deadly duo!
Mike Monk
Beautiful!

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