I was wondering how you have gotten so close to it but now it is clear. What a fabulous series. Everything looks tiny beside it. All images are part of your story telling, I couldn't say which one is really my favorite but probably the last one with wing is maybe the most impressive. You wonder how it ever holds and stays there even with strong turbulence and also how it lifts the thing up and all this. A miracle, it still is, to this day. Great series, a favorite of course.
All these diagonals in the main picture generate a wonderful impression of dynamics, of speed - and the "loud" colours are another attraction here. All the series pictures are interesting and they show a real European joint venture in an impressive way. However, one shouldn't forget all the air pollution caused by the today's unrestrained air traffic ...
Greetings from cold Westphalia!
What an interesting series. It completely overwhelms my earlier phone choice. It looks like a big winner to me. My favorite is #3 diagonal of the plane against the against the wispy clouds. It also emphasizes the bulky body proving it can really fly. #2 really shows the size of the aircraft with the man dwarfed by the plane. I also like the barge images a lot, with the plane parts taking up most of the boat, except for the red car. What is the river? I have images of wind generator parts on a truck, but they appear tiny next to this massive plane. It must have been a real thrill to be part of building this plane