Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Postby 58Hustler on Tue 30 Jun 2015, 6:20 pm

On Sunday i finally got the chance to photograph the old girl in the air.After a short briefing we headed out to Felbrigg to formate before heading coastward with the Jabiru photoship 'upsun' for the shots.
Nikki,my partner enjoyed her ride in the Tiger almost as much as i enjoyed photographing it.
Huge thanks go to Don and Clive (Tiger Moth and Jabiru pilots respectively) for making this happen.
If you enjoy viewing these half as much as i enjoyed shooting them then i couldnt wish for any more.

Regards,Jay.



ImageTiger Moth by Jayson Cork, on Flickr


ImageTiger Moth by Jayson Cork, on Flickr

ImageTiger Moth and Sheringham Shoal by Jayson Cork, on Flickr



ImageTiger Moth over Cromer by Jayson Cork, on Flickr


ImageTiger Moth over Cromer Pier by Jayson Cork, on Flickr


ImageTiger Moth by Jayson Cork, on Flickr

ImageTiger Moth by Jayson Cork, on Flickr

ImageTiger Moth by Jayson Cork, on Flickr

ImageSheringham by Jayson Cork, on Flickr


ImageJabiru by Jayson Cork, on Flickr
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Re: Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Postby wv383 on Tue 30 Jun 2015, 7:26 pm

Nice set. Well done.
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Re: Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Postby colper on Tue 30 Jun 2015, 7:39 pm

Superb set Jay.As with all your aerial shots, brilliant views of the countryside below

Colin
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Re: Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Postby Phil Standfield on Wed 01 Jul 2015, 9:46 pm

Excellent post. Nice to see some air/air and air/ground always like looking at them
Stan
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Re: Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Postby 58Hustler on Thu 02 Jul 2015, 3:07 pm

Thank you people for your kind words.
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Re: Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Postby foxfour on Thu 09 Jul 2015, 11:24 pm

Lovely air to airs these are. Not a lot of room in those Jabiru cockpits so even more kudos for such fine shooting.
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Re: Air to air with 'Lima Bravo'

Postby 58Hustler on Fri 10 Jul 2015, 11:13 pm

Thanks Foxfour yes the Jab is sure 'cosy'.
quite pleased at the lack of reflection from the Perspex also,although sharpness has been slightly affected.
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