Spot the odd one out!!;-))

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Comments (9)

Richard Gregory 48 on October 29, 2012

You can't fool me Neil, it's an American drone aircraft disguised as a seagull, great shot Like Richard

Andy Rodker on October 30, 2012

Terrific! I don't normally care for collages but this works well, as do your other recent uploads. Best wishes, Andy

Neil Grimwood on October 31, 2012

I like that one Richard, our friends from across the pond never were very good at disgiuses though;-)


Thanks for calling in Andy, i'm pleaed you like them...Best wishes...Neil.

Jeff Annely on November 10, 2012

Hmmm Neil I don't want to be a boring old fart on this one, but are we not looking at at least one Griffon in this collection ...



Neil Grimwood on November 11, 2012

Hi Jeff, if you are refering to the plane bottom left its a Hawker Sea Fury 1949 vintage it has a Bristol engine, the 5 Merlins i meant were the Lancaster and the Spitfire. I'm not an aircraft buff by the way, i just asked Mr, Google;-)

Jeff Annely on November 24, 2012

Actually, I an referring to the Spit, although I may have the mark wrong.


Neil Grimwood on November 24, 2012

I wouldn't know Jeff but its odds on its a Merlin as apparantly the Griffon engine wasn't used until the last two years of the war.

Jeff Annely on November 24, 2012

Whatever, Neil, these are good airshow shots. Much as the subject interests me I have universally failed to get pics worth sharing with anyone so ten out of ten for these!!

Regards Jeff

Neil Grimwood on January 18, 2013

Hi there Steve, many thanks,i'm pleased you like them and thanks for calling in.

Best wishes to you too...Neil.

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