That's a famous picture of Betty Grable. It's quite a bit before my time, but I understand the popularity of the photo. It shows a nice view of Ms. Grable's legs, and another fine asset she has. There are plenty of examples of that type of shot on the interwebs, but Sarge always keeps this a family friendly place and I want to maintain that so I'll just give a couple more that keep it semi-classy around here, but will still help make my point.
I like these retro posters and pin-ups. Again, before my time, but this one shows another rear-aspect viewpoint.
The caption is already in the photo!
As does this one- merging the old look with a more updated one, yet still retro. I can't say I only like the view from the back, but for the purposes of today's post, I'll stick with that theme and get back on track to the standard fare around here.
We all love airplanes here at Sarge's place. And taking nothing away from some propeller driven aircraft, some jets have a distinct advantage in that they look really good from behind, with their cans lit up.
|Might have been retouched to emphasize the more colorful aspects of this one, but it's still great looking.|
|Tomcat at Mil on Cat 3|
|Another nice retouched photo, or possibly a painting. I can't tell.|
|VF-154 bird I think. Probably off the Indy.|
|F-15 Strike Eagle, in burner with vapes.|
|Another F-14 shot. I like the ones at sunset.|
|Not sure what this one is, but it sure looks hot.|
|The afterburner almost doubles the length.|
|I think the F-15E looks pretty badass, but even better flying away.|
|I tend to think of the Saab as a "Chick Car." The Saab Draken? Not so much.|
|Three for the price of one!|
|Vipers in burner|
|No need to go all old school here- I present the F-22 in burner.|
|And as "new school" as you can get- the F-35 in burner.|