Two Hawker Hurricanes, following a Sea Hurricane at the Duxford Battle of Britain airshow. The Hurricane was the mainstay of RAF Fighter Command during the battle, and shot down almost twice as many enemy aircraft (of all types) than Spitfires did.
This is the later Hurricane IIb Hurrybomber variant (center aircraft in above formation), that could carry a couple of 500 Lb bombs, as well as being armed with 12 .303 machineguns, the original four in a group, and then two extra further outboard of the landing light in each wing. [IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/ZjXGgZ]Hawker Hurricane Mk IIb by Alan Evans, on Flickr
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My take on a Double Exposure: after seeing some excellent work over in the “Glamor threads,” I had to give it a try.
Oct 12, 2017 09:19 as a reply to Flywing's post |
I really like the attempt but not sure about the forest/trees being mono. Respectfully.
Don't even begin to think I'm criticizing your images.
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