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A few years back I decided I would get back into model aircraft building. In my normal manner I got obsessed and built heaps! Then I gave them all away to a…

We returned to the RAF base at Coningsby today. The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight aircraft are based here between air displays, where a team of RAF…

With yet more rain today we sought out something to do indoors and headed for the RAF Museum in Hendon. The last time we visited was in 2014, so it was…

All the events we would usually attend at Goodwood have been cancelled this year, so I was thrilled to hear that a small number of spectators were going to be…

The weather forecast wasn’t looking promising for the second showcase flying display at Duxford this afternoon, but we weren’t going to be deterred by a little…

I am trying to shoot one roll of film per day! I always carry a digital camera. I don't aim to be "prolific", but I do aim to document life. I am also "pawing…

It’s exactly a year since I last photographed aircraft in flight so it was great to finally get to Duxford again today for the first of two showcase afternoons.…

I've been keeping busy at home, but shooting something specific for a different blog. So I am going into my catalogs and thinking about the things I might like…

I am not a pilot, but I have always been fascinated with aircraft since I was a kid. I just love the aerodynamic shape of a plane, especially the cross section…

The film I shot on my Rolleiflex at Duxford last weekend arrived in the post yesterday so I set about scanning the negatives today. They’re a little darker than…

It’s nearly seven months since I last visited the Imperial War Museum at Duxford. This afternoon we returned. I took the Rolleiflex along, plus a digital camera…

Some said it was ugly, it was certainly different. Designed as a crop duster we operated KPY in the ultra low level magnetics survey role. 20m AGL in some…
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