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Paul Tibbets On Scoarching Mission...
13-FEB-519 BCE Xerxes I

Paul Tibbets On Scoarching Mission...


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Eldar Kadymov29-Apr-2010 22:32
This plane is Paul's coeval, so it vanished underground with him, LOL
Danny Tuason29-Apr-2010 17:01
You should have used a more modern plane Eldar!
Eldar Kadymov04-Dec-2008 22:56
Thank you, amigo, I'm sure Paul will appreciate your comment too !
Noor Khan04-Dec-2008 20:32
Great image. Great sky.
Haven't visited in a while. Will be back when time permits.
This is a great gallery.
Marcia Colelli02-Dec-2008 18:54
beautiful, love the sky V
Eldar Kadymov02-Dec-2008 16:50
Amigo, that day I was flying backwards and at supersonic speeds in my favorite KA-52... Even in the hell you won't find too many of those fallen souls who would associate themselves with Enola Gay... So... we all went up to the hell's rising without nuclear droppings, while coarsing Paul's soul which couldn't be found even there... Somehow I believe that Asmodeus himself made sure that he was incinerated to the plasma excrements...
Noel Saratan02-Dec-2008 04:35
with this skies, this is just awesome!
Michael Weinberg01-Dec-2008 21:54
Hello o Evil one. It looks like you traveled to 1666 yourself to get this amazing capture of Paul Tibbets mission 666. May guess is you were capturing the shot, flying in the Enola Gay. Normally the Enola Gay would not be fast enough to keep up with this Royal Canadian Air Force Jet, but in 1666, you can fly anything at incredibly mesmerizing speeds.... so fast, that you can fly fowards or backwards into time. And of course, accompanying the flight are breathtaking colors from the underworld.... the result extreme radioactive fallout seen by folks as they enter the world of 1666. So here we have it.... going to Hell can be both an enjoyable and interesting experience as well, especially vis a vis a thermo-nuclear holocaust.... and we get to pratice the most fantastic photogrphy imaginable..... I am sure Paul Tibbets saw it this way as well. Ciao, Michael.
Eldar Kadymov01-Dec-2008 06:31
Quick snap, Annie, that's all... but I should tell you - Paul wanted to drop his nuke really soon and before reaching destination, and this bloody devil flies really fast, so I asked him to hold on...
an nguyen01-Dec-2008 02:28
Wow wow ... how did you do this??? flying in gorgeous sky... BV