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

Fred
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.

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

Chris
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
Geoff.
gwood 13 2 England
27 Jul 2010 5:47AM
Excellent detailed and sharp capture!!
Geoff
geoffrey baker 16 501 1 Wales
27 Jul 2010 2:25PM
Thanks Geoff.

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