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FW 190 F-AZZJ with Lufthansa Ju-52 D-AQUI above
Flying Legends Airshow 2009
I can remember making airfix models of this kind of thing.I bet there was a bit of a roar when that went over ?
nice to see a few intact ones for a change. 🙂
Cheers both. It was a Grand Day Out. Yeah, helluva noise they make, beautiful.
The Ju52 is original, not sure about the FW190. I think it’s brand new, French built, but I could be miles off the mark. The Spitfires are all originals, I believe.
Intact ones! VG.
Good timing. You must have had this frame planned.
That’s a well composed pic, great light too.
hi Ian, pleasure to meet you! Two "jewels" of aeronautic.
Love this shot, ground and sky.~ Well composed
Well captured shot with both planes in the frame, wasn’t the JU52 also known as Iron Annie as well? (mind wanders back to opening credits of "Where Eagles Dare" and the music!!!).
Genuine or not, the FW 190 is a beauty.
You got a great day for it, well jealous.
awesome captures. wonderful colors and composition. i always wanted to see an air show. bet it is amazing to see
Nice timing Ian – there was a show at Cosford some weeks back which was very full. We had another event planned so didn’t go this time. Great shots!
fantastic work Ian
That FW190 is a beauty such a mean looking plane, great shot.
it is indeed Iron Annie.
The FW 190 is a French replica after allAs you say, a mean looking plane.
Would you believe this wasn’t planned? My best shot of the day taken as I was making my way towards the exit. That’s how it goes, I suppose.
Belter of a shot Ian,
Great colours & fantastic timing for an unplanned shot – but you’ve gotta be there to get them – well done!
Great composition and timing.
This shot is right up my street , sort of thing I try to look out for and take . Superb .
So many clouds, and they contrast very well with the blue sky. Also, nice capture of the two planes!
Well framed, Cracking shot mate.
Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Museums of War, and we’d love to have this added to the group!
Perfect framing! Great shot!
wow! what a mint shot. love the image including apron, airborne and that fantastic blue sky and scenery.
Now this is photography! Great shot Ian!
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