Mildenhall 1st October.

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PAPA LAZ
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Mildenhall 1st October.

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Hello all.A few shots from a decent day weather wise and movements wise Mildenhall.

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There you go,sorry there was a lot but it was a de4cent day as i said.Cheers for looking

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Good set, cant believe I have missed that Awacs again :mad:
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Nice one.
Liking the top sides very much.

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Great stuff mate, loving the Special E-3 from the lay-by.... :clap:

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bigcrow wrote:Great stuff mate, loving the Special E-3 from the lay-by.... :clap:


Cheers Stu.Yep,the lay bye or the mound are the best places to get E3's as they go a bit "NASA" when they pull up.

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Cracking pics, love the top sides! :biggrin:
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very nice indeed, loverly stuff. top of the wings for me! thanks for sharing

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Very nice, bet you're well pleased with that E-3.

What focal length do you need to shoot from the layby for something like a KC-R or C-17?

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drumsey wrote:Very nice, bet you're well pleased with that E-3.

What focal length do you need to shoot from the layby for something like a KC-R or C-17?

Darren


Your possibly looking at 300mm or just over Dazza.

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