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boov Plus
3 2 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 6:01PM
Heard the commentary... bet it was great.... great shot

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I have got the number of years wrong 70
16 May 2013 6:16PM
Two excellent images, Gavin!
Wish I could have been there!
A spine tingling moment, I bet!

Richard
nice take and one to keep
DixClix 7 2 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 6:25PM
Super image of a great aircraft! The black and white version is so iconic!
You were in absolutely the right place at the right time for this shot!
Well done but I am a little jealous!
Richard
lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
16 May 2013 6:35PM
Very apt
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
16 May 2013 7:21PM
Excellent timing, Gavin. How wonderful to see it 'live'.

Dave
alansnap Plus
12 577 26 United Kingdom
16 May 2013 10:17PM
Well done for going. I'm insanely jealous!
Alan
Bazzaspal 5 1
16 May 2013 10:33PM
All of the above... great shot, well framed, and I'm also very jealous I did not make the trip. Well done Gavin.
Mick
ugly Plus
8 9 57 United Kingdom
17 May 2013 7:10AM
A image that been planed and may be a one off chance.
Great work.
Please have a go at leavels and dodge and burn.
I am sure there more colours and textures it will make the image pop..
Well done...

Dave
17 May 2013 10:32AM
This is a cracking capture that will stay wth you forever along with the noise of those wonderful engines. Well done (wish I had gone now), V1 for me.
Dave
RuthyJ 10 England
17 May 2013 5:47PM
Fabulous!!
Bazzaspal 5 1
18 May 2013 9:04PM
I'm not sure what the modification is aiming to achieve, and as its creator hasn't bothered to write anything, we may never know. I can see it's an attempt at an HDR approach, but I prefer Gavin's original by far, not least because it's no doubt exactly how he saw it on the day. The modification has removed all detail in the trees in the foreground, and a fair bit of detail elsewhere too, so it's Gavin's original for me.

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