German WWII Weapons Display

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© Fred Moskey
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UploadedFebruary 21, 2010
MakeNikon
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Exposure10/601 sec at f/2.9
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Military and Gun Show, Louisville, KY 20 February 2010.

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  • Patty Gross

    Patty Gross (Deleted) gave props (21 Feb 2010):

    I'll bet you had a blast at this Show, Fred!!! Great composition, lots of interesting military weapons, uniforms, and paraphenalia!! Good job!

  • claudia luthi

    claudia luthi said (22 Feb 2010):

    excellent capture - of course the germans are blue eyed and blond and nuts, haha

  • Cicely Graham

    Cicely Graham gave props (23 Feb 2010):

    WOW!!! This ic has some super bits in it!!!!! What a funny way to wear your helmet though! A bit untidy too -- especially for an LAH man who should look neat always, even in battle;-)

  • Oregon Curly

    Oregon Curly (Deleted) gave props (1 Mar 2010):

    Of all your recent German military display shots, I like this one best. It really shows how much equipment they could pack into one vehicle, before the days of transistors. Since it appears to be a communications rig, who put the grenades in the cup holders? ;-) (claudia, not all of us are nuts, some of us are just ... well, the term escapes me right now. LOL )

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