Graham or the artillery men?
Excellent pics Graham!
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Yet again very nice shots, do you know, are they replicas or preserved originals?
Very nice shots, love the mini tornado, the wall of fire looks spectacular!
Some from Friday at the airshow at Avalon.
A C-17 creating a mini tornado as it reverses up the runway.
RAAF F-18F supplying it's own light source.
F-18Fs lined up taxiing back.
Singapore Air Force Black Knight's F-16s
The Immortals wall of fire - Jurgis Kairys and Skip Stewart
FA-18A full afterburner climb.
Beautiful series. I really like the mini tornado.
The winners of the 58th World Press Photo Contest:
1st price goes to Mads Nissen
View also the 2015 Photo Contest gallery and categoy winners here:
Some really impressing pictures.
Very nice shots, Mustangs are such... Is it wrong to call an instrument of death beautiful. Aesthetically pleasing aircraft. Is the third shot a T6 Texan? My freind and I were taking long exposures of a small waterfall at a local beach 2 weekends ago and we were quite literally buzzed by what I believe was the aircraft type in your picture, I say buzzed as he was low and shifting, no time from first hearing it to passed by and behind the clif to grab a shot, but it made both our day to see it.
Area was at Brook, Isle of Wight, southern England.
Ah-ha, now I know what it's for !
But do we have to speak with an Austraaali'n accent to get the best out of it ? I guess eml will find out
That's a fair assessment Sporgon, but, after 26 years living in Jakarta & Singapore it's been a revelation on returning to Brisbane Australia to find, I really no longer speak the language, after 6 months back here I'm still left looking like a stranded fish when confronted with the local Aussie Strine.
Hopefully the 5DsR Menu system will be in "proper" English