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© Meredith Rizzo
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A member of the DC Maxecuters retrieves a rubberband powered model airplane after it landed inside the Great Hall at the National Building Museum in Washington DC. The planes, which are usually constructed of balsa wood and tissue paper, can fly for around 60 seconds or longer off a tightly wound rubberband. 03/06/11

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  • Ope O

    Ope O gave props (5 Apr 2011):

    good shot, voted

  • Meredith Rizzo

    Meredith Rizzo said (5 Apr 2011):

    Many thanks, Ope O

  • Thad Zajdowicz

    Thad Zajdowicz (Deleted) gave props (5 Apr 2011):

    Love it -- and love the building, a great place to see and photograph. Voted!

  • Meredith Rizzo

    Meredith Rizzo said (6 Apr 2011):

    Thanks for the spotlight Thad! It is a beautiful building indeed.

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