some take off & landing shots

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  1. lostprophet

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    CLICK IMAGE FOR HIGH RES


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    Nicely done on the pans.
     
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    i agree!
     
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    thats some good panning my friend :D The planes are really sharp!
     
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    Great work...capturing moving objects as sharp as those is very difficult. I have always wanted to trying skywalking too...looks like fun.
     
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    Theres not enough money in the world to get me standing on top of a plane!
     
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    DITTO..

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    I almost deleted the Seahawk shot ( the one flying past the control tower ) because the first time i looked at it i thought the tower ruined the shot but i was lucky with just how sharp the plane was. So now i never delete a shot until ive seen it on a PC monitor.
     
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    Spitfire - yay!! :)

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  10. lostprophet

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    gonna dissapoint you Rob, its not a spit its a hurricane. dont worry i had to ask my mate after i took the shot. a spit has less of a bump behind the cockpit and doesnt have part of the undercarrage showing when wheels are down. In september this year at Duxford thy are have a spitfire airshow weekend with at least 20 spits!!!!!!!
     
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    Those are exciting shots :thumbup: .. especially like the hurricane
     
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    Great shots as always. That Hurricane is now in Canada and will be flown here on the airshow circuit. Mike Potter is a collector in Ottawa who already has a Spitfire, Mustang, Harvard and others. It should be ready to go for spring. I can't wait to see it, although it will see a paint change to represent a Canadian Squadron. We will now have two flying Hurricanes in Canada, Yay!

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