I’m a big fan of old radial aero engines. The laid back rumble of a big radial overhead is rarely heard today, so please excuse the self indulgence of this lovely Yak 50 Eastern Block aircraft, now a popular import to the UK for the aerobatic scene.
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Sadly no longer in service, the Jaguar has been around a long time. This was shot on the flight line in it’s final year of service, getting ready for an airshow appearance for one last season. The pilot was superb at mugging the crowd from behind. Still, ground attack was their speciality…
If you think this looked like a cold photo shoot, you were right. In northern Sweden on a snow mobile safari, I suddenly had the idea of replicating a car tracking shot, but on a snow mobile. This ended up with me hanging off the back of another snow mobile at around 70 kph, no [...]
Now there’s a rare sight in the North Sea in January – flat calm and a lovely sunset. DFDS Cargo ship en route to Gothenburg.
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