Red Arrows

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  1. bazza

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    Went to the Hoylake show last week and got some shots of the red arrows as they performed fantastic aerial acrobats.

    Here's a few, not a very interesting background but had to show these great machines in action.

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    Great shots, I like number 1 especially!
     
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    they all look a bit hazy, not really clear. but apart from that I do like them.

    may favourite is the first .... i like the geometrical pattern of repetition. the others are more like what people usually do when photogrpahing planes in formation.
     
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    Great captures, good work on #1.
     
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    #1 and 2, are my favorites. I do agree, some of them don't really look so sharp though. Nothing much you could do about the background...that's what always frustrates me at airshows! :lol:
     
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    cool,

    nice compositions on these
     
  7. bazza

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    I agree, Sorry about the haze but it was raining a little. just wanted to show them in action.

    It's amazing how close they fly to each other.
     

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