Undercarriage is practically housed, flaps almost retracted and only the arrester hook still clearly visible.
At the base of each fin can be seen a downward protrusion at the tip of which is a solid brass sacrificial skid. The aircraft when landing on a runway would employ aerodynamic braking by holding the nose high as in this shot. If the nose was a little too high then the skids contacted the runway and wore down in display of sparks, spectacular at night. These brass skids could be a devil to change if worn down past the heads of the retaining bolts.