Mildenhall September 5th.

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PAPA LAZ
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Mildenhall September 5th.

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Hello all.After missing the EP3 yesterday, i made sure it would not happen again "Not on my watch" :grin: So please forgive me for the many EP3 shots.Thanks for looking,more to follow as and when. :wink:

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Taxiing back to refuel due to the usual flight plan problems.

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All sorted,time to get out of Dodge :wink:

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There are one or two more from Friday,but i'll put them on Saturday.Thanks for your time.Oh and by the way,he DID use the under run.

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Nice selection again from the Hall :clap:
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Re: Mildenhall September 5th.

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Again, another fine selection. Good catch with the Norwegian Falcon.

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Not too bad those Paul but very much let down by shot two.

I wouldn't have posted that if I'm honest, it spoils the rest of the pics in my opinion.

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Geoff Hibbert wrote:Not too bad those Paul but very much let down by shot two.

I wouldn't have posted that if I'm honest, it spoils the rest of the pics in my opinion.

Each to their own Geoff lad,its just a record shot thats all.

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PAPA LAZ wrote:
Geoff Hibbert wrote:Not too bad those Paul but very much let down by shot two.

I wouldn't have posted that if I'm honest, it spoils the rest of the pics in my opinion.

Each to their own Geoff lad,its just a record shot thats all.


Depends on what you're looking for, I happen to like #2 as it's a bit different from other one's I've seen of the C-17 and would rather see one's like that, than have people not share them on the basis that they're not of a professional enough standard.
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Re: Mildenhall September 5th.

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did the ep come down on the U/R they all look fine to me mate . :butt:

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Not too bad those Paul but very much let down by shot two.

I wouldn't have posted that if I'm honest, it spoils the rest of the pics in my opinion.
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Careful Geoff,

I can remember a whole thread you posted from Cad west earlier in the year where every shot would have been better deleted straight off the CF card :handbag:

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chrisd wrote:did the ep come down on the U/R they all look fine to me mate . :butt:


Hello "Dave" :grin: .Yes mate he came down the u-r,i was at the crash gate but hey ho it made up for Thursday missing it.

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Re: Mildenhall September 5th.

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Good shooting there in diffcult conditions. Like the EP3 shots. :yahoo:

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Re: Mildenhall September 5th.

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very nice ep-3e shots there paul.also like the norwegian falcon.good work as usual. :clap:

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Careful Geoff,

I can remember a whole thread you posted from Cad west earlier in the year where every shot would have been better deleted straight off the CF card :handbag:


So can I, they weren't blurred though, just the wrong side of the sun.

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Airshowfreak5 wrote:Good shooting there in diffcult conditions. Like the EP3 shots. :yahoo:


Ha ha,nice one like it. :biggrin: :clown:

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Pictures are a lot sharper now than they used to be, I take it you're getting used to the editing software now.

Like the Aries, haven't seen one for ages now. :clap:
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