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    Matthew Stibbe
    Matthew Stibbe
    Matthew Stibbe

    Matthew Stibbe

    I run two businesses: and Articulate Marketing. I like flying, design, computer games, history, Dutch stuff and, apparently, procrastinating.

    Team Work!!!! (personal images are used in my audio e-books for children 3-7 and Illustrative Poetry, available at

    10 Provocative Questions that Bend and Blow your Mind

    Shipping Container in the forest with great patina to the siding.

    Funny Confession Ecard: I don't judge people based on race, creed, color or gender. I judge people based on spelling, grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure.

    B-52, 'BONE YARD', TUCSON, ARIZONA, USA, 1991 | Beetles & Huxley


    2 | Everything About These Pictures Of A Tiny, Adventurous Lego Photographer is Awesome | Co.Create | creativity + culture + commerce

    Helen Richey (1909 – 1947) was a pioneering female aviator and the first woman to be hired as a pilot by a commercial airline in the United States. Richey also was the first woman sworn in to pilot air mail and one of the first female flight instructors.


    Distant view of the Lunar Module “Intrepid” near the rim of Surveyor Crater. Surveyor Crater is visible in the foreground. The image was taken during the second EVA of the Apollo 12 mission.

    Astronaut Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr., pilot of Gemini XII, performing an extravehicular activity (EVA) on November 12, 1966. | Photo credit: NASA

    Avro Vulcan B2 at the National Cold War Exhibition. Untitled Vulcan & crew in a QRA (Quick Reaction Alert) scramble.

    The SR-72 is the replacement for the SR-71 blackbird (Image: US Air Force)

    The SR-72 will fly at Mach 6 (Image: Lockheed Martin)

    November 16, 1973: This Skylab 4 Command Module launched with astronauts Gerald P. Carr, William R. Pogue, and Edward G. Gibson on the third and last mission to the U.S. Space Station, Skylab. The astronauts spent 84 days on orbit.

    An artist’s impression of Gemini VI and VII meeting in orbit. Seriously, there’s no such thing as too much Gemini. Heh. ̶...

    The Lunar Module Challenger is seen from the Apollo 17 spacecraft after docking manoeuvres following launch. The white dots surrounding the lunar module are debris from the Saturn S-IVB stage separation.

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    Convair B-36 'Peacemaker' crew. Dallas, TX, USA. May 1949

    (March 16, 1966) Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and David R. Scott sit with their spacecraft hatches open while awaiting the arrival of the recovery ship, the USS Leonard F. Mason after the successful completion of their Gemini VIII mission.

    29Sqn Royal Air Force 1974 Transition from Lightning to Phantom

    Lightning F1a 56sqn Royal Air Force "Firebirds"