A sad end to a majestic and iconic British aircraft…
A curious way to look at an aircraft perhaps. For a long time, I rejected this image but, for some reason, it works for me today…
When flying was exciting!
Following on from my image of the Jet Provost, here’s an image of the Piston Provost, the predecessor of the Jet Provost.
There was a time when aircraft flew without the aid of computers….
The Russians Are Coming!
The view from the back seats in a Vulcan Bomber
Some kind of experimental plane I think…
Not sure but I think the brass pipes probably carry coolant to/from the engine…
The innards of an aircraft engine. Kind of like human innards. There’s something very artistic about engines. Where would we be without heat engines?
A shiny aircraft at the Shuttleworth Collection and, if you look closely, a bit of a self portrait (some fat old toothless geezer with a camera!)
I’m not sure what they call the bit in the middle of a propellor but here is one!
From a time when every flight was an adventure…
This accidental image led me into the world of Aviation Art…
They just don’t make aircraft like they used to…….
HDR effects applied using Aurora HDR Effects.
More fun with textures and Photoshop:
A Sea Harrier about to fly up your nose!
The Lysander. Used to drop secret agents behind enemy lines during WW2.
For anyone who likes this iconic aircraft: