This B-36 shot from my Zorki 2-C is similar to a black and white from my Ansco Panda I posted on Flickr. While the two images have very distinct differences, the perspective is very similar. The Panda lens of around 50mm produces a wide-angle view close to that coming from the 35mm focal length of the Jupiter 12 on the Zorki.
The B-36, with a length of 162 feet and a 230 foot wingspan, was the largest mass-produced piston engine aircraft ever made. Operational from 1949 to 1959, the B-36 never dropped a bomb or fired a shot against an enemy force. One did, however, accidentally drop an H-Bomb on Albuquerque in 1957.