Spitfires

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Spitfires

Spifires BM597, PS890 and EP120.

PS890 is in the colours of South East Asia Command where the colours red and white were removed to avoid confusion with Japanese fighters.

10 comments on “Spitfires
  1. pasujoba says:

    I like the composition on this one , they look close but not cluttered like on mine .
    The props too are better , the motion looks far superior to the frozen prop and aircraft looking like its just hanging there.

  2. **Hazel** says:

    So impressed with the focus on the planes Ian! The detail shows the propeller motion so well!

  3. C J Paul (chris) says:

    beautiful ian

  4. mick cooke says:

    fantastic site , brilliant ,ian

  5. SolarScot. says:

    isnt it great to see them flying Ian

  6. Pleasureprinciple2012 says:

    Nicely captured altogether, you must be very happy with your work at the airshow.

  7. Reflective Kiwi %-) says:

    Another great shot, interesting to read your info too! %-)

  8. jr55 (John Richardson) says:

    Nice shot Ian, looks like Sat, I ruined most of my Legend shots by leaving the shutter speed high and froze the props, they’re pin sharp! I’m too used to fast jets.

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)

  9. Ian's Art.... says:

    Hi, I’m an admin for a group called british aircraft & aviation, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  10. jojofotografia says:

    great capture 🙂

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