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The is a real model jet remote control aircraft...
It is about the eighth the real size....
The lad who controls it is one of the worlds best...
This model was flying ove 200 miles an hour...
I hope I have cought it well....
Thank you all for the votes and comments...
Captured superbly, Dave. Carol
Superb in flight captured.
Very well caught. 200mph, sounds like a lethal weapon
A neat, very well-timed capture.
belting timing and detail dave a cracking in flight capture nice one
Great timing Dave - and great detail.
Stunning; a miniature marvel superbly captured.
You've done extremely well Dave.
These courses serve you very well
as you always have great images
Very sharp image and colours of plane are beautiful.
You did catch it right Dave, superb capture.
great photo well presented
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