a real fighter.

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  1. dalebe

    dalebe TPF Noob!

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    this is a shot i took of a royal navy fighter jet at RNAS culdrose in cornwall, in sw england, i was'nt sure how it would turn out as i took it through a hole in the fence.[​IMG]
     
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    Pretty cool - wonder how it would have looked with more of the sky and less of the taxiway there, cos the sky looks great, didn't know there was one in Cornwall from my last trip ;)
     
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    yes it is royal naval air station culdrose, they have a public viewing area where you can see the jets and helicopters taking off and landing,maybe on your next visit to cornwall you may want to take a look, it's just outside helston on the road to lizard point.
     
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    Awesome!! I agree with tempra, more sky would be nice, or crop out the taxiway:)
     
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    Its a Royal Navy Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer. Cool aircraft.

    Eric
     
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    Cool shot. I love the sky. Considering you shot through a fence it is a great shot.
     
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    thanks everyone, and hey AIRIC you know your aircraft!!!!
     

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