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    Default The Avro Shackleton.


    I have been wanting to see this plane for a long while now.one of only a few surfing ones in the country.i was near the area so jumped at the chance to see it up close.the limb in the plane I see a bi kward but well worth it.there are two more planes nearby too.













































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    Great job of photographing these sad remains, the Shack is such an awesome beast!Thanks for sharing.

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    Brilliant set Mikey, Thanks
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    One of my all time favourite aircraft,beautifully captured,thank you

    On the other aircraft,this might interest you

    https://www.pixoto.com/images-photog...99389229547520
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    Do not know how you do it bud but simply beautiful pictures.
    great job

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    Great set of images. Thanks for posting!

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    Awesome stuff, nicely shot, I must make the effort to do some military planes in the future.


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    Brilliant stuff, cracking pics fair play :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldscrote View Post
    One of my all time favourite aircraft,beautifully captured,thank you

    On the other aircraft,this might interest you

    https://www.pixoto.com/images-photog...99389229547520
    Thank you oldscrote for the additional info.most helpful thank you
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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