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The Aeroshell team performing at dusk during EAA AirVenture 2015.

Comments (6)
Posted by Michael Brown on December 02, 2016

Great shot!


Posted by Francois Joseph on October 19, 2016

Nicely done, great photo !!


Posted by SKY.FIGHTER.ANGLE on August 21, 2016

GREAT


Posted by Jorge on August 10, 2016

Beautiful shot!


Posted by Jorge on June 09, 2016

Unique and unusual!


Posted by Barad karthik Kumar on May 24, 2016

AMAZING shot!!!


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