Queen of the skies?

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Queen of the skies?

Post by Tom Everitt AFG »

Ok, maybe not.... :lol:

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Post by andy »

When did Rick release that??? :shock:
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Post by TobyV »

I think you got it right Tom when you described that as aerodynamically "smashing its way through the air"! :lol:

Nice shots :wink:
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Post by jonesey2k »

Whoa! They are quality pics!! :smile:
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Post by blanston12 »

Great photos, thanks for sharing. I don't want to say anything negative about the Percival P-40 Prentice T1 since I don't really know anything about it. But I don't think its grand enough to be considered "Queen of the skies".
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Post by thehappyotter »

Your photos never fail to impress Tom.

You have a lucky perspective most of us will never see.
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Post by jonesey2k »

Agreed. Any jobs going? :smile:
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Post by AlexP »

Fantastic shots, I always enjoy your air-to-air photos. As has been mentioned, you have access to a very lucky perspective and indeed subject matter, which I’m really glad you take time to share with us.

Just out of interest, what was the camera ship used?
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Post by Tom Everitt AFG »

Cheers Guys.

Alex, the camera ship was Rapide G-AGTM. We were on our way to Peterborough for a days pleasure flying there. I like to take advantage of any photo opportunities as our archives are/were sadly lacking!

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Post by Garry Russell »

Don't know why but the front end of a Prentice always reminds me of a cartoon dog. :think:

Just the snout and nose (Spinner on the end) :worried:

Also the cockpit is like sorryful eyes

Sort of ugly in a cute way and you want to love it no matter what :roll:

Right straight jacket back on. :madhead:

Nice pics Tom :smile:

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