ABOUT THE PHOTO
Pilot resting next to his Mustang at Flying Legends 2019. She was built in 1944, and was actually stationed at Duxford with the 84th Fighter Squadron, part of the 78th Fighter Group. Her main role during WWII was to escort the B-17 bombers of the Eighth Air Force on their way to Berlin, and also engage in fighter sweeps on railroads, bridges, airfields and V weapon launch sites. Her last paint scheme was of the 55th Fighter Group and named 'Miss Velma', but she now sports the name 'Contrary Mary'.
Print ID - #017
A5 - £10 | A4 - £15 | A3 - £20
All artwork is printed on Hahnemühle Photo Luster paper. Photo Luster is a microporus, resin coated paper with a beautiful luster surface. It features a bright white and consistently smooth surface. Its weight provides a higher stability than many other photo papers and guarantees long lasting, fade resistant prints.
Weight - 260gsm | Thickness - 0.26mm