48 Hour Photo Comp - the office

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Domvickery
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Re: 48 Hour Photo Comp - the office

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Lancaster PA474

ImageDuxford Nov 2016 076 by justdom1, on Flickr

Shackleton WR963

ImageAvro Shackleton WR963 038 by justdom1, on Flickr
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Andyph
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Re: 48 Hour Photo Comp - the office

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Domvickery wrote:
Wed 13 Jan 2021, 4:56 pm
Lancaster PA474

ImageDuxford Nov 2016 076 by justdom1, on Flickr

Never knew BBMF converted this to dual control

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Col. Chibani
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Not so much choice on my side.

Mil Mi-35 (nose section only, hope it qualifies) @ Le Bourget 2003:
ImageSCAN 004_mod by Colonel CHIBANI, sur Flickr

WU 21 French Lancaster, under lenghty restoration for display @ Le Bourget, seen during an open day in 2010 (also nose section only):
ImageDSC XXX by Colonel CHIBANI, sur Flickr

Also in 2010, French AWACS cockpit (this time I remember that the whole a/c was attached to it !):
ImageDSC_0586_mod by Colonel CHIBANI, sur Flickr

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Great entries chaps, really enjoyed these. The winner is Peter's picture of me.......!!!

Nope, in all seriousness, I love Spiny Norman's comet shot, well done. The design of the seats, the instrumentation, you can just feel the atmosphere through the image. Shout out to Peter's KC135 stick though, great memories of an hour's private tour!!!
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Ian G wrote:
Thu 14 Jan 2021, 4:06 pm
Shout out to Peter's KC135 stick though, great memories of an hour's private tour!!!
An all-time highlight RIAT memory!

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As they say in Scotland, jings, crivens and help ma bob! Did not see that coming. So many great in action shots on show and evocative cockpits that you can smell the oil and leather.

Have come up with an idea for the next comp and will post very shortly.