Relic of The Cold War
> Regarded Obsolete
Konica-Minolta DiMAGE A200
1/6s f/8.0 at 14.0mm iso100
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I guess, amigo, that bad guys for the most part are suffering from small phallic syndrome in their private lifes, therefore they're trying to overcome this issue with construction of excessive phallic-alike machines of monstrous sizes ?! This is the only reasonable explanation I might offer...
Hello O Most Evil One. I certainly like the subtle lighting on this photo and how you emphasize the tubular nature of the fuselage, the jet engines and, what appear to be explosive ordinance below. If I were Sig Freud, I may deduce that there was something very phallic about all this... how it is the big nations of the world, America and the Soviet Union, who, during the cold war, would be ramping up the phallic imagery of their weaponry to prove their superiority and dominance over the weak and feeble in the world. It was as if these superpowers, in reality very impotent, were using these devices to shove its war muscle up the world's butt. Oy. Michael.