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    Widdler
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    not sure these are acceptable in this gallery so please delete if not.i walk a lot around cadair idris and use various locations to take these sort of shots.



    3 SQUADRON SPECIAL TAIL by robster2568, on Flickr

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    Well I like it

    Must do this myself at some point.

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    Nice one robster!

    Flicker's certainly a better place for posting multiples. What camera kit do you carry with you?



    Edited as you seem to have a thing about low level aircraft. Tell us more (bit by bit - 'cos we're mostly walkin' peeps here, not fliers)

    I'm wafflin' again, already

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    Great pic rob and same as pete what gear did you use ?



    ok just seen on some canon eos 7d and 300mm lense iso 100 f3.5

    so got the info cracking pics on flicker

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    well its a hobby i`ve drifted into and bought expensve camera gear,i then tried to save money by buying cheap clothing!.of course in that area you really the correct equipment so i`ve had to splash out and ive become to enjoy getting to a location as much as taking photos.i`m off to switzeland in october to a place called axalp for a 6 hour hike for the 2 days a year that the swiss airforce conduct live firing into the mountains at 10,000 ft.need to get back out and start walking again this week!

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    Yeah, I know what you mean...

    ... Once upon a time: I bought my first mountain bike so that I could cover more ground and be inspired to take more photos. Then I realised that I was not taking photos but getting into the mountain biking - such if life (an existance to be explored to the full, may be, if one can).

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    linky

    edit, I'm not trying to take over your thread Robster , anotherLinky

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    Great low flying pic

    Not something we see a lot of down/up here in the Central Belt.

    Still remember the day tho' that my cousins and I got a wave from a Jaguar pilot in the hills above Strathfarrar

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