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skewey 11 31 England
23 Jun 2012 9:38PM
They might be stopping for a Kit Kat but great capture Pete.


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Goggz 10 2.3k 72 Wales
23 Jun 2012 9:41PM
Ta Paul, hope you get plenty of traffic on Tuesday bud! Grin

Looking forward to seeing the results Smile
23 Jun 2012 10:07PM
Brilliant shot.
23 Jun 2012 10:08PM
A brilliant shot! Wonderfully captured!
Regards, Oleg
Goggz 10 2.3k 72 Wales
23 Jun 2012 10:45PM
Thanks Ted & Oleg!
timduck 6 1 United States
23 Jun 2012 11:43PM
A great photo. I've no idea what the red light indicates but it's not usually good news! Duck
24 Jun 2012 12:13AM
lufc62 7 6 England
24 Jun 2012 9:09AM
Top Gun...Grin
Goggz 10 2.3k 72 Wales
24 Jun 2012 11:56AM
@ Timduck - not necessarily bad news either. In my limited experience of sitting in jet cockpits (Hunter, Gnat & Hawk simulators) there are a pair of big red Master Warning Lights on either side of the coaming which illuminate to indicate something requires attention.

It could be a simple thing like low fuel, which the pilot would be well aware of, and it's only about five minutes flight time to Valley for a top up from this spot. It could also indicate other much more serious things, but he didn't eject Wink

Ta for the comment Tim, and hunter & lufc too.
alansnap 13 577 26 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2012 9:20AM
Fine photo, it probably tells his kettle's switched on.
Rapido57 8 1 England
25 Jun 2012 5:01PM
Great photo, with fine detail and just enough blur in the background to show the speed.

The light is to warn the pilots that there are photographers near bye, thus allowing them to present the aircraft in the best way to permit great photos to be taken, such as this!

Goggz 10 2.3k 72 Wales
25 Jun 2012 7:52PM
Excellent point Paul! I never thought of that one Grin

Cheers Alan!

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