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    RAF Lyneham Family Day

    A few shots from Lyneham today....
    cheers
    Kilvy





    A close call??











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    A few more...

















    The Green Barrows finished off the day....
    Last edited by Kilvy; 16th August 2005 at 22:02.

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    Lovely shots- the one of the Red Arrows breaking over the C-17 is fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnowl
    Lovely shots- the one of the Red Arrows breaking over the C-17 is fantastic.
    BARNOWL
    I was thinking that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duxfordhawk
    I was thinking that.
    Me too
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    I do like the C-17 and Reds shot, the close ups of the Herc are good as well.

    Tim

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    Thanks for the kind words.
    I'm pleased with the C17/Reds shot but it was pure luck.

    I was expecting the C17 to turn the other way not back down towards where I standing so I was caught unawares. As I was trying to frame the 'C17 in the haze' type photo, the Reds came into view.

    This is the other shot in the sequence.
    cheers all
    Kilvy


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    trully a classic shot kilvy
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    WOW.....Superb shots
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    Thumbs up

    Very nice pics,thanks for taking the time

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    Great shots, if feel inclined to put any more up-- dont hold back.

    Paul

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    That Hercules is an eye catcher.

    Great photos.

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    Great stuff! Watched most of these from the garden! Looks like 47(SF)Sqn's Herk, XV205 has some new kit fitted in the nose. Any ideas?
    Adrian

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    Thanks everbody...

    Albert, I usually watch from the garden as well, this year I took a day off and made the effort to cycle around to the 36 threshold. Glad I did.

    Not sure about the latest additions to the 47Sqn aircraft, every time I see them they seem to have sprouted extra bumps. I'll ask around, I play hockey with a few guys from the Sqn

    cheers
    Kilvy

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    Excellent photos, love the Hunter photo
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