RAF Lossiemouth - 13th July [MIL]

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RAF Lossiemouth - 13th July [MIL]

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Bit of a slow day, finally caught the XVsqn centenary special - albeit being towed.

ImageDSC_4529 by Chris Milne, on Flickr

ImageDSC_4558 by Chris Milne, on Flickr

ImageDSC_4568-3 by Chris Milne, on Flickr

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Re: RAF Lossiemouth - 13th July [MIL]

Post by Thermal »

Very fine shots! Well done!

Also kudo's on your blog especially your article about set up's for aviation photography was very interesting.
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