Lossie 05/10, Getting a Grip(en or 8)

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ArabJazzie
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Lossie 05/10, Getting a Grip(en or 8)

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Hi again,
Here is part 2 of my trip to Lossie to show you a very nice jet to photograph. Had a bit of a preview on the way up. Took the scenic route from Dundee through Glenshee and as we approached Granton on Spey, the wife n kids noticed a low flying jet almost above us. Was the first of 2 Gripens that then climbed and spent the next 20 minutes on station just SE of Granton. Anyway, enough waffle, here are the 8 that flew and afternoon mission out of 14 noted on the day.

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Arabest,
Geoff.
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leuchars43
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You caught the Gripens really well ,
all images are excellent , what a beautifull aircraft .
Everything going well expect to see some next week. :clap: :clap:

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Lovely shots! Especially like the over-head one (276) with ReCon pods - what a great catch.

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Great set & nice light! :clap:

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Last 2 for me...
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