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40th Birthday Party

By scottishphototours
The Red Arrows welcome the QE2 to her very own 40th Birthday party at Greenock this afternoon. Started taking pictures at 5am and finished at 7pm - a great party !

Tags: Photo journalism Sports and action

Voters: shannron, scouseterrier, robincoombes and 15 more


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shannron 10 97 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2007 10:15PM
Lovely capture, I managed to get down tonight was so busy tho,

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20 Sep 2007 10:18PM
great capture

Dee Smile
Crazee1ady 8 16
20 Sep 2007 10:26PM
about 500 too many miles for me to come and see this.shame what a wonderful historic event to see . Great capture :o)
Soom 11 1 England
20 Sep 2007 10:29PM
Great capture, fantastic colours.
A few images to look through then if you were taking pictures for 14 hours!!
Soom
trekpete 10 3 Scotland
20 Sep 2007 11:46PM
Lovely capture with the Red Arrows going past. I was stuck at work but got down in time for her departure tonight.

Peter
Caledonia 10 2 Scotland
21 Sep 2007 6:40AM
Amazing shot. Lots of interest in this pic. I was at work but managed to get along to Prestwick airport when the Red Arrows took off. What a team!
Marie
scottishphototours 12 2.6k 2
21 Sep 2007 11:11PM
Thanks for the comments folks!

Yes, a great day and nearly 1000 pics to look through.

Was on the lead tug as she came out of the dock - that view as she turned was magnificent. Needless to say this was just a very special day for anyone who remembers what "Clydeside" really used to be all about...

Andy
juldon 13 78 England
23 Sep 2007 5:25PM
A great sight to see and thanks for capturing it for us to see.

Julie
excellent shot Andy with the qe2 and the red arrows in the one shot.....
Leslie

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