Dinosaurs of the Greeks...Phantom, Corsair II & Buckeye

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MasterJet
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Dinosaurs of the Greeks...Phantom, Corsair II & Buckeye

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In May I was lucky to spend one week in Greece to shoot some of the best dinosaurs flying in the world...

Here a quick selection from thousands giga of pictures from Andravida, Araxos and Kalamata...hope you enjoy...

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Cheers

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Very envious of you! My plan for next year is to get these three somehow - just hope Archangels is on! Buckeye shots are awsome :rock:

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Tanagra in 2005 provided 1 static Buckeye fenced pretty bad and 3 in a flyover

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Anyone out there know the range of a Buckeye?

Why oh why can't we have one for RIAT?!?


Oh - and VERY nice pics by the way! :clap:

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Anyone out there know the range of a Buckeye?

Why oh why can't we have one for RIAT?!?

How about next year for RIAT, perfect excuse with "trainer" theme ( yawn) next to grobs and vigilants fireflys and air cadet gliders ! :whistle:

Very nice shots,maybe Greece calling next year

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