1Wallace Shackleton (18 February 2007 - 10:36 CET)
The inspiration for this photo came from Martin Krupka, the Centralwings had just arrived
and the Globespan is getting ready to go. Taken at 0708 hrs, five seconds at f22.
3Martin Krupka (18 February 2007 - 11:42 CET)
Very nice, you can feel quiet Sunday morning atmosphere. Perfect composition.
1Colm (20 January 2007 - 22:38 CET)
2Martin Galloway (17 February 2007 - 22:11 CET)
Amazing to think that this is all that guides them visually into the airport. One mistake
Neat shot, goes to show that something different can be just as
appealing as the cardboard cut out every day images.
1Guest (17 February 2007 - 13:25 CET)
i like large photographer of taca n453ta
1Alistair Bridges (14 February 2007 - 00:31 CET)
1Larry (24 January 2007 - 21:44 CET)
how fast wil it go? When was it first produced?
2Alistair Bridges (25 January 2007 - 00:30 CET)
It was a 50's design and was the main, fast jet trainer for the RAF, until the advent of
the Hawk . However, not all pilots could fit into it and the Hunter trainers were used for
such pilots . It's most remarkable feature was its rate of roll, at 400 degrees per
3Wallace Shackleton (12 February 2007 - 11:41 CET)
I met a Chieffie at Halton that cursed Gnats mainly because you had to take the whole rear
fuselage off to do an engine change. The display team was called the Yellowjacks.
1Alistair Bridges (23 January 2007 - 23:51 CET)
Tony - 10x better than I could probably do - my tripod would probably have fallen over!
2Wallace Shackleton (12 February 2007 - 10:28 CET)
Tony, it's just as good as Martin's shot. It shows a fair deal of movement and the
painting with light makes for a more interesting picture.
1Richard Barsby (12 February 2007 - 06:20 CET)
Nice One! Love the angle, note the missing paint near the tail section.
1Tony Marlow (10 February 2007 - 17:32 CET)
Nice "two for the price of one" shot.
1Tony Marlow (8 February 2007 - 19:48 CET)
"Bereft of life it rests in peace...this is an ex Piper!" :-)
2Colin White (9 February 2007 - 21:08 CET)
I did my PPL solo qualifying cross country in this in 1975 with Channel Aviation:
Guernsey-Vannes-Dinard-Guernsey. How sad.
1Tony Marlow (4 February 2007 - 20:21 CET)
Aye right! When I go to LHR I don't even see the sun, never mind a sunset. Stunning shot.
1Alistair Bridges (28 January 2007 - 15:31 CET)
2Greg (4 February 2007 - 07:58 CET)
Beautifull,Love to own one
1Theo (2 February 2007 - 13:57 CET)
Very beautiful birds, the early 747 models.