Flying Legends Airshow 2010

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19 comments on “Flying Legends Airshow 2010
  1. John Bezosky Jr. says:

    Looks much like a period photo. Nice image!

  2. Tech Owl says:

    That’s a great line up – nicely treated image too Ian

  3. **Hazel** says:

    I love the sepia tones of this Ian!! All work really well, together!! The perspective of the aeroplanes really adds to the scene!!

  4. A F Images says:

    Cool shot in B/W!

  5. Ian D B says:

    Thanks all. I asked the steward in the hi-vis jacket to move out of the way so I could take this, so it needed using really.

  6. SolarScot. says:

    fabulous looking planes,grand shot Ian

  7. airplaneguy38 says:

    Definitely back in the day imagery

  8. Deputy Don says:

    They look a bit like Hawker Harts?

  9. Richard Tierney says:

    cracking line up could be 1935 !

    [ via Richard Tierney’s contacts on flickriver  —RICHARD TIERNEY ]

  10. Tony-H says:

    … so this is the RAF after the defence cuts ? 🙂

    A super evocative image !

  11. C J Paul (chris) says:

    great shot ian

  12. mick cooke says:

    looks like a archive photo ian

  13. Ian D B says:

    Many thanks again all!


    Don, the one nearest the camera is a Hawker Demon, and third along a Hawker Nimrod. Fourth along is a Hawker Hind, a later variant of the Hart. Well spotted!

  14. Reflective Kiwi %-) says:

    Great composition! nice with the sepia treatment! %-)

  15. het broertje van.. says:

    Yes this is such a lovely colortone for this picture……………..nicly done Ian!!!


  16. Billy Currie says:

    Those were the days, great old machines

  17. *Psycho Delia* says:

    Fabulous shot Ian.. works so well in sepia

  18. andyholmfirth says:

    All lined up and raring to go by the look of it.

  19. Richard Tierney says:

    Amazing could be the Mid 30’s Who could have imagined then that some 70+ years later we would have today such a variety of classic aeroplanes current and flying…..

    [ via Ian D B’s flickriver  —Richard Tierney ]

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