Jersey St Helier
by Neil Grimwood
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♰ Linrich ♰, on October 29, 2012, said:
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, said:
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, said:
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.
Nikonista, on November 10, 2012, said:
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, said:
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;-)
Nikonista, on November 24, said:
Actually, I an referring to the Spit, although I may have the mark wrong.
Neil Grimwood, on November 24, said:
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.
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!!
Steve Drury, on January 17, said:
Hello Neil a great set of shots from the Airshow and a Big "like" from me
best wishes .. steve
Neil Grimwood, on January 18, said:
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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