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Apr 30, 2009 12:48 |  #601

Leeuwarden wrote in post #7831900 (external link)
Some more pics...


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shame the overhead one is on the shadow side...


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Apr 30, 2009 13:25 as a reply to  @ RadAL's post |  #602

I agree :(


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Apr 30, 2009 20:25 |  #603

keith breazeal wrote in post #6918166 (external link)
C-133A...standby

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How Clean is that Flight Deck???? WOW I have a 7 year old C130J that looks older (by far) than this baby.

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Apr 30, 2009 20:35 |  #604

FlyingPhotog wrote in post #7188028 (external link)
You hope your AF is up to the drill:
(And in this sequence, my 40D was...)

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Jay,
Rather you than me! Cracking shots.

FA


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Apr 30, 2009 20:43 |  #605

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My first post so here goes;)

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Cracking shots! BTW C130s are "limited" to no more than 60 degrees AOB! (at least until the onboard spy tells on the crew) Is this an RAF C130J?

FA


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Apr 30, 2009 21:01 |  #606

It looks like it since it has 6 blade propellers


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Apr 30, 2009 21:29 as a reply to  @ garyeaton's post |  #607

I like these 3...

The greatest plane ever made...A sweet old 63 model with -7's and a GTC...

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Apr 30, 2009 23:10 |  #608

Doctorstrangepork wrote in post #7830509 (external link)
Man there are some freakin cool shots in this thread... awesome.
Here's my little contribution, a C152 crosswind the the circuit as a Cb rolls through. 40D and 75-300, heaps of extra contrast in post :)

Fantastic!!! bw!


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Apr 30, 2009 23:12 |  #609

FatAlbert wrote in post #7835109 (external link)
Jay,
Rather you than me! Cracking shots.

FA

Good to see you back on the boards and Thank You very much...! :D


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May 01, 2009 14:30 |  #610

Military Shorts 360(?) on short final for 30 at BFF. I'm just beginning, and we don't have much traffic here, so my panning needs help. :)


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May 02, 2009 06:46 as a reply to  @ Gary McDuffie's post |  #611

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May 03, 2009 01:14 |  #612

FatAlbert wrote in post #7835150 (external link)
Cracking shots! BTW C130s are "limited" to no more than 60 degrees AOB! (at least until the onboard spy tells on the crew) Is this an RAF C130J?

FA

I was stunned when I saw this come through on a knife edge. I had the camera fitted with the 70-200. It is the first and only shot when I had the camera orientated to portrait mode.

I have sent the pilot an 18"x20" poster.
Here is an edited e-mail

" My name is Flt Lt ******* and I am a C130J Captain from **** Sqn at RAF *******. The reason I am writing to you is that I was the captain of the C130J that you caught going through the Mach Loop head on at a rather exciting angle of bank. I saw the photo on lowfly.net and read that you would be willing to supply the aircrew involved with a high resolution copy of the photograph. This very kind offer would be much appreciated (along with any others of ZH***** that you got that day if you felt it was appropriate - cheeky, I know!).

Congratulations on capturing such a fantastic shot - it is the best that I have seen when 'lurking' on lowfly.net seeing whether I've been photographed on my latest low level sortie. We do always spot you chaps on the valley sides and try to give you a wave when we can.

The photo that you took was appreciated by the guys on the Sqn too. I got into work on the morning after you posted the photo on your website and it seemed to be the talk of the Sqn."




  
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May 03, 2009 08:08 |  #613

Trappe wrote:
" My name is Flt Lt ******* and I am a C130J Captain from **** Sqn at RAF *******. The reason I am writing to you is that I was the captain of the C130J that you caught going through the Mach Loop head on at a rather exciting angle of bank. I saw the photo on lowfly.net and read that you would be willing to supply the aircrew involved with a high resolution copy of the photograph. This very kind offer would be much appreciated (along with any others of ZH***** that you got that day if you felt it was appropriate - cheeky, I know!).

Congratulations on capturing such a fantastic shot - it is the best that I have seen when 'lurking' on lowfly.net seeing whether I've been photographed on my latest low level sortie. We do always spot you chaps on the valley sides and try to give you a wave when we can.

The photo that you took was appreciated by the guys on the Sqn too. I got into work on the morning after you posted the photo on your website and it seemed to be the talk of the Sqn."

Wow. Congrats on a great shot, and an equally great story!


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May 03, 2009 20:18 |  #615

Nice shots, especially the first two. I bet you took quite a few shots to get the second one just a shame you cut off the nose of the one on the left


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