Here is a shot from the Old Warden show on 6th June 2010. The Westland Lysander up close and personal. WDYT?
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Not sure what WDYT means, but it's a nice photo of a very rare bird - well done!
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Nice shot especially since you're shooting a picture of a dark subject ( colorwise). The Lysander is a deceivingly large single engine aircraft! Nice airy cockpit!
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Great shot. Love seeing the pilot.
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Great photo. I've always thought that was a really unique lookin bird.
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Jun 11, 2010 05:38 as a reply to @ James Wheeler's post |
Love this shot. I've got a thing for Lysanders as i've been helping my father make a RC version for the last year. Very interesting aircraft, not many of them flying now.
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Wow! That's a cracking shot.
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