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Scotnight 2018

Liam McBride

Active Member
Premium Member
A four week deployment of Swiss Air Force F18s at Raf Lossiemouth for low level, Cap and aerial refuelling. I definitely picked the best week (1st week) to shoot them as its been pretty miserable for the remaining weeks. FB_IMG_1542050804890.jpegFB_IMG_1542184166525.jpegFB_IMG_1542184176899.jpegIMG_20181120_084831_206.jpegFB_IMG_1542459451331.jpegFB_IMG_1542184169812.jpeg
 

rebel06

Looking for a cause.
Moderator
Great set Liam, would worry though at take-off due to the number of birds about in the background ...
May be we will see one through "The Loop" then.
Paul
 

Ozzie_Traveller

Old Hand
Premium Member
G'day Liam

Agreed with ^^ - some really beaut images here - and I also noticed the birds in #1 and thought 'hey I hope they don't cause any problems'. Our Downunder FA-18s are due to be phased out over the next decade with newer versions that all do the same stuff, but cost heaps more than a Sopwith Camel from 100-years ago :)

Phil
 

Liam McBride

Active Member
Premium Member
Great set Liam, would worry though at take-off due to the number of birds about in the background ...
May be we will see one through "The Loop" then.
Paul
They head home on Friday unfortunately. I think they stuck to the west coast for most low level due to weather. Cheers
 
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