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PostPosted: Sat Oct 08, 2011 3:41 pm 
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Hi guys,

a couple of pictures uploaded onto my blog site: http://wp.me/p1KUhT-1J Will work on a few more from RAF Leuchars Airshow. Was my first airshow photography event so some scenes were tricky. However these turned out reasonably well from a beginner.

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Well done Chris, some good shots there, especially when you consider the sky you were shooting against as well!

As for the Vulcan, don't you just love the noise :shock:

It would be VERY scary to look back at my first aviation attempts. :oops:

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Thanks. Not the best shots in comparison to others but I really was wrestling with the sky. I've found myself on a constant assignment to improve and master my camera. Yet I wanted to share this magnificent piece of engineering.

The noise was earth shattering! :)

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I have some wonderful memories of the Vulcan coming to the Abbotsford International Airshow in Western Canada when I was a kid. Really hope I get across the pond to see and hear her again. More then anything from my childhood I remember the black smoke pouring out the back and the loudness of those old engines.

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