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FredF 14 1 France
26 Jul 2010 3:26PM
very well taken.

acousticmist 10 10 1 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2010 3:29PM
Great image....Martin
User_Removed 18 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2010 4:27PM
That's the way it's done Geoff.
Nice shot.

I was involved in the engine project over the past three years and it gave us a few headaches I can tell you. But we got there in the end as you can see in the photo above my name on my PF.

Goodley 11 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2010 5:18PM
well taken,
paulrosser 12 22 Wales
26 Jul 2010 5:21PM
Nice blurr on the prop blades Geoff, well done sir!
26 Jul 2010 6:03PM
Great shot - well done !

Gezina 14 3 6 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2010 8:07PM
Love the blurr in the props - just the way it should be - great shot - Ina
26 Jul 2010 8:35PM
Hi this is a great shot Geoff, I see you use sigma lens did you know there is a recall on some lenses gray.
javam 16 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2010 10:46PM
Sharp shot with a great amount of blur. Makes it easy to see the inboard engines turning in a different direction to the outboard.
geoffrey baker 16 501 1 Wales
26 Jul 2010 11:12PM
Thanks everyone Smile
Well, I never realised that the motors ran different ways, strange that lol.
You learn a lot more than just photography on this site Smile
geoffrey baker 16 501 1 Wales
26 Jul 2010 11:20PM
Yes Gray, but my serial number was long before the ones they recalled, thanks for mentioning it Smile
gwood 13 2 England
27 Jul 2010 5:47AM
Excellent detailed and sharp capture!!
geoffrey baker 16 501 1 Wales
27 Jul 2010 2:25PM
Thanks Geoff.

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