A couple of days in the Mach Loop, UK.

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A couple of days in the Mach Loop, UK.

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This year has been a quiet one for me, only 2 visits before June.

Managed a quick 2 hours to see the Reds transit through between my meetings, then a full day on the hill 11th June, which saw us begin on East early, change to Bluebell, then back to East for the afternoon hours.

A great day seeing many faces and thankfully a few jets chucked into the mix.

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As always thanks for looking,

C & C welcomed....

Regards,

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Panning wise, some of your images really rock, Kelvin!!! :respect:
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Panning wise, some of your images really rock, Kelvin!!! :respect:
Not only panning wise, I would say :mrgreen:. Lighting wise, variety wise, angle wise.... :worship:

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Bennie wrote:Panning wise, some of your images really rock, Kelvin!!! :respect:
Thankyou.
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Basman wrote:Not only panning wise, I would say :mrgreen:. Lighting wise, variety wise, angle wise.... :worship:
:agree: Luvverly, thanks Kelvin!

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Oh, that cute little Jet Provost..... :roll:
Is it still military?
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Very sick... wow lovely !!!
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Awesome pictures WOW :respect:
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Alpha Kilo One wrote:Oh, that cute little Jet Provost..... :roll:
Is it still military?
No, it isn't. It's (G-BWGF) these days. But still a nice bird to see in the loop :wink:
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Thanks for the comments folk! Hoping to make it out there again next week.

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Can't wait to see the results! :worship:
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