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ThanatosUK
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Joined: Thu Nov 09, 2006 4:07 am
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:31 pm 
 

There was a topic about this some years ago, so let's make a new one. I'm sure there are a few other aviation enthusiasts lurking around. Feel free to share any pics you might have!

I attended RIAT on Friday the 13th (and most of Saturday the 14th but we just walked around and shot the static planes that day). I've chosen what I feel are the best of the ~1k pictures I took of the flying display. All of them were taken with a Nikon D80 and a Tamron 70-300mm F/4-5.6 lens, they're both old and slow by modern standards but I don't have the money to upgrade atm.


Mirage 2000 D
https://imgur.com/nGN5Zpp

Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
Spitfire top, Lancaster middle, Hurricane bottom
https://imgur.com/9i2zrJ0
Lancaster only
https://imgur.com/evPzAUU

F-35A
Take off
https://imgur.com/ypd291p
Flight
https://imgur.com/JbN1M2F
Landing
https://imgur.com/36CUTuE

F/A-18C Hornet
https://imgur.com/Hevq3XF

CF-18 Hornet
https://imgur.com/mFdPlP9

Rafale M
Take off
https://imgur.com/fyoDpcX
Tailhooks down
https://imgur.com/PTTIJmb
Gear winding up
https://imgur.com/BwR1LGc

F-16C (Solo Turk)
https://imgur.com/oiD2VCd

DeHavilland Vampires (one of my favourite jets)
T.55 top, FB.52 bottom
https://imgur.com/Lkzh9gQ
FB.52 landing
https://imgur.com/TBIhSBp

F-2000 Typhoon
Take off
https://imgur.com/39dhJ5j
Landing
https://imgur.com/uuatxJA

Rafale C
https://imgur.com/ff4Ro9a

SU-27
Take off
https://imgur.com/eETAc6d
Landing
https://imgur.com/ask4D8T

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