Beautiful photographs, as ever. Thank you Paul
What a great set of images from RIAT. The Pakistan C130 and the Breguet Atlantic are gems. There are some great action shots from the French.
As ever, beautiful photographs, well observed.
The photos of Southwold took me back to when I visited many years ago. Nice to see it has not changed much. The photographs of the Flying Scotsman were good - it is usually difficult to get good photos of trains. I also like the photo of the tree roots at the RSPB Members Weekend. Thank you Paul!
Wow! More beautiful and atmospheric photographs from Paul. The beach in winter, Lincoln cathedral; all are beautifully observed. You could feel the cold wind on the beach ...
Vibrant colours in London and atmospheric pictures of Norfolk. What beautiful photos. I look forward to more! Thank you Paul.
Great illumination shots in London. It certainly looked worth the trip.
Nice to see the colourful airliners at Luton, my least favourite airport on the planet. I have not visited them all but cannot imagine one worse.
Great fun halloween images. Spooky.
Great raptor shots and I have always liked the KC-10.
Lovely photographs yet again. The Minster photos were really good.
Such lovely pictures and a clever twist on Flatford Mills!
More excellent photographs rom Paul. My favourites were those in 'Creative Stamford'.
Great site Paul, obviously a lot of work has gone into this. I especially liked seeing the Ukrainian flankers.
More wonderful photographs from Paul. I particularly like the black & white photo of Velma with the yellow and red colours. The pictures from Shuttleworth reminded me of the film 'The wonderful men in their flying machines'.
Just caught up with the latest RIAT images and the Flying Tigers. All great images but for me a U2 landing is one I would love to have seen.
Parts 2 and 3 from RIAT are great. Every shot in Part is extremely strong.
Great shots of the Thunderbirds. Reminded me of there visit to Waddington a few years ago.
There are some wonderful photographs here: the arcade photos are so colourful; the Dad's Army gang look very close to the original; and the expression of the geese is so well captured. Well done Paul!
Don't give him your name, Pike! 🙂