1Alistair Bridges (1 February 2007 - 02:44 CET)
Prefer the "Dash 8" - Well the short ones anyway, make a nice change from the
stretched ones - or "Stick Insects" (in constant supply, from FlyBE )as they
are known locally, in Scotland.
1Alistair Bridges (23 January 2007 - 01:01 CET)
This is an airline I really want to photograph - it would help if I could get out to an
airport as I've just finished 60 hours on-call.
1Alistair Bridges (21 January 2007 - 00:16 CET)
Lovely - great that they are still flying.
1Alex (16 January 2007 - 14:51 CET)
Don't you just love the twin otter. The Ba colors are fab, Loganair should do retro
colors of the orignal loganair.
1Michael (13 January 2007 - 12:59 CET)
I love shots like this. They are optical illusions because the aircraft looks like it is
flying in two completely different directions. Is it climbing towards the sun, or away
1Martin Krupka (9 January 2007 - 10:02 CET)
I like an atmosphere of this image, nice light and long exposure made it mysterious.
1Guest (5 January 2007 - 09:31 CET)
FR172F Reims Rocket on Wipline 2350A amphibs. The first certificated 172 amphib in Europe.
Now off for repair - wish her a speedy and unDRAMatic recovery !
1ertug (5 January 2007 - 03:01 CET)
Its very nice and looks cool
1Andy Sheppard-Av8 images (20 November 2006 - 13:36 CET)
Gorgeous Alistair, Just Gorgeous!!!
2Lovell Bryant (22 December 2006 - 03:35 CET)
We were wondering if the "Connie" had a three or four bladed prop. Some said
the later models had a four bladed prop. We at Air Heritage have a large spinner that is
for a three bladed prop and some said it was for the "Connie". I'll send a
picture if you would like. Elbrante@AOL.com
1pancho (20 December 2006 - 00:07 CET)
1andrew (12 December 2006 - 19:04 CET)
1Martin Krupka (14 November 2006 - 11:18 CET)
Very nice close-up Alistair.
2Guest (10 December 2006 - 22:40 CET)
This is a peach of a shot Ali!