Like the National DC-7B a few rows up, this is an old screenshot from
Flight Simulator 2002, and does not have the resolution needed for a
larger version of the image. The simulator itself is capable of
displaying up to 1600x1200 pixels, but the computers most of us had
then were not very capable of
displaying that detailed a picture while also giving us a screen
refresh rate that was suitable for flying. Most simulator people
try to keep their frame rates above about 25 frames per second --
faster than that isn't much help because at that speed the display
appears to be continuous anyway. 25 FPS and 100 look about
the same to the human eye.
All that aside, this is arguably one
of the prettiest schemes ever seen on a DC-7 and is certainly a
favorite with many of us. I believe it was shot at Asheville, NC.