Few would argue that Concorde is an elegant aircraft design. It may have had commercial limitations, but it never failed to be a head turner. Getting good shots of it when it was flying was not too difficult. One the ground it can still be a good subject but having it confined in a tight space does make things a little more tricky. The Museum of Flight’s example is in their covered annex across the street from the main museum. The annex has a great selection of aircraft but they are right up against each other.
I decided, after getting some shots on an initial visit, that I would try something a bit different and took a fisheye the next time I went. Concorde already has some interesting curves and a fisheye can either help of ruin them so some careful framing was required. I combined that with a 70-200 to crop in close and avoid the surrounding clutter. It was a fun experiment to see what you could achieve in a constrained environment.