Night shoot - Bristow Helicopters Aberdeen 21/1/14

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Lossie15
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Night shoot - Bristow Helicopters Aberdeen 21/1/14

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Had a great opportunity to photograph some Bristow Helicopters from the ramp.

The choppers just seemed to roll in one after the other and the night was a great success.


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Super Puma Mk1 G-TIGE by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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EC225 G-ZZSA by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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Super Puma Mk1 G-TIGS by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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G-TIGS by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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Sikorsky S-92 G-CGYW by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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Behind the scenes - Bristow Helicpters by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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EC225 G-ZZSK by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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The end of a hard days work. Sikorsky S-92 G-GALC (200th built) by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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AW139 G-CHNS by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


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Skiorsky S-92 G-CHKI by M. Leith Photography, on Flickr


Cheers, Mark.
More photos at my Flickr -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/lossie15/

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Ponti
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Re: Night shoot - Bristow Helicopters Aberdeen 21/1/14

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Lovely pictures Mark :clap:

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Top shooting mate, favourite is definitely the S-92! :clap:

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whitus1
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Re: Night shoot - Bristow Helicopters Aberdeen 21/1/14

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Nice pictures! Like the L1 shots! Not many of those around now
keep flying

tink_norfolk
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Re: Night shoot - Bristow Helicopters Aberdeen 21/1/14

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Evening Mark looks like Bristow's looked after you lot well,great set of shots we are quite lucky at Norwich being able to gain access to most of the fence around the western side of the airfield to get some low light pictures of the rotary movements,however the Bristow operations take place over on the eastern apron, to far for us to capture any similar shots to yourself,lets hope someone at Norwich might take a lead from Bristow Aberdeen public relations branch.Regards Kevin.

rv8tor
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very atmospheric.Such a shame we don't see the Tigers anymore at NWI.
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vierdryinn
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Great pictures Mark - a good nights work ! Jayson - now that the Tigers are flying again there is every chance that one will drop into Norwich before too long, but it's probably unlikely to have one on the base permanantly. Keep your eyes peeled in the heads up section :up:

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