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by Mike McGlothlen
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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "B-24 Liberator Legend" by Mike McGlothlen. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
I shot this plane with my first camera when I was 10. I scanned the negative and created this poster in 2003 to honor my late father, Harold E... more
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I shot this plane with my first camera when I was 10. I scanned the negative and created this poster in 2003 to honor my late father, Harold E McGlothlen and his crew during WWII.
Over the years Mike has dabbled in painting, sculpting & wood working as well as photography. Mike's turning point in his artistic abilities came when he learned how to use the dreaded computer in the mid 80s, then he could combine his love for art with his photographs. Mike's work has won numerous awards as well as being shown all over the country in galleries and museums. Now after 25 years of Commercial Photography in the High Point area, Mike now creates art full time, living just outside of Dunn North Carolina. "Welcome to the world as I see it. To smile, be happy and laugh as much as possible, that's what life should be about. I hope this shows through my work and makes you feel the same way." Mike
An exceptional image of an exceptional warplane !....thanks for honoring both the plane and one of the many heroic crews that helped end that tragic war. My father was a B-24 pilot (and later B-47 and B-52), and flew dozens of missions over France (D-Day) and Germany until being shot down and spending the rest of the war in a POW camp in Poland. We owe our freedom to all those brave airmen. -