Sea Vixen

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  1. Ant

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    Interesting photo. I like the view from the back of the aircraft.
     
  3. Ant

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    Thanks.

    Same plane, different angle.

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    Never seen it before....... wow!
     
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    Nice shots Ant, I love the Sea Vixen, my second fav Brit jet (Buccaneer being my fav). Mind if I use the second pic for the Warbird Registry?
     
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    The light reflections and colors of the curves on the first picture are awesome. It makes it feel like the plane was wet or maybe covered with some glow. Do they always store the planes with missiles still attached to them?
     
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    Love the symmetry and angle! :thumbsup:
     
  8. Crazymainer

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    Hi Primary Canary,

    This is a static aircraft and yes most of the stuff at Duxford are restore to have what they would have carried in combat.

    Ant nice shots did you get any of the Gannett, also did the Sea Hawk, F-86 and T-33 fly together and did the Meatbox make it.

    Cheers Crazymainer
     
  9. Ant

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    Wow. I'm more than happy for you to use that pic. Thanks.
     
  10. Ant

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    Thanks for the comments guys. I got there early in the morning (8:00) and there was some pretty good light for a short while.

    Hi Crazymainer

    Yes, I got some of the Gannet, I'll have to put some more pics up in the Aircraft themed thread. Here's one of the Sea Hawk F86 and T33

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    I think my favourite airraft there was the Sea Hawk. The only flying one in the world

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    You've caught me out I'm afraid, I'm not familiar with 'meatbox' :oops:
     
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    Sorry but I though all of you Brits call the Meteor Meatboxs.

    Did you see my post on Flypast about my pending arrivial in your part of the world :shock:

    Cheers Crazymainer
     
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    Overall pretty nice shots. They seem a bit dark to me though...maybe could use a bit of a contrast/brightness boost or something...
     

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