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#3973861 - 06/27/14 06:59 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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man, I'm so envious of your loop visits!


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#3974155 - 06/28/14 05:17 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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Fantastic!

#60 takes me back to the Cold War days in Germany and helicopters pausing in tiny clearings during hunter-killer exercises. Pretty incredible to come around a bend in a trail hanging on for dear life on the cargo hatch of a 113 to see a helicopter grinning at eye level through the trees.


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#3998264 - 08/20/14 05:18 AM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Top Gun]  
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Originally Posted By: Top Gun
man, I'm so envious of your loop visits!

Same here.


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#4069613 - 01/26/15 05:39 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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Hit up Wales last week with my new 7D2 - but my 70-200 wasn't playing ball and i lost a lot of shots due to taking a picture and the camera telling me it couldn't communicate with the lens frown (lens went away today for repair)

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#4069704 - 01/26/15 07:14 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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LOVE those last 2 shots!


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#4174987 - 09/29/15 05:30 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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cheers Dave smile

some stuff since Jan
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#76

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#78 last ever backflip

#79 last ever Mk7 flight coming into land

#80 new wire cutting modification for the Squirrel

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#4174998 - 09/29/15 05:41 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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Love that Apache shot thumbsup

Thanks for sharing smile

#4175433 - 09/30/15 04:57 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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Man, I've yet to get pics of an Apache in flight, just got my first Cobra's a few weeks back.


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#4310578 - 11/09/16 08:16 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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You guys missed me? smile
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#4633929 - 08/20/23 11:13 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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It's been a while
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#4633939 - 08/21/23 05:17 AM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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"It's been a while" Ya think?! smile

Nice to see your shots, and they're very impressive - great slow-shutter-speed work there (among other great things about them)!


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#4633944 - 08/21/23 08:56 AM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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Another set of great pics! Thanks Yojimbo.


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#4634253 - 08/24/23 09:32 PM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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Top notch, absolutely top notch!


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#4636896 - 10/11/23 01:44 AM Re: Salisbury Plain - Wales [updated 19-08-13] [Re: Yojimbo]  
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Wow, great stuff. Thanks for sharing!


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