Roy's Aircraft Picture Library Page I
I hope you enjoy this first page
of my aviation-related pictures - if you have some plane photos you have the copyright to and would like
to see on the Internet please email a jpeg/gif of them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will strive to have acceptable photos up here within the week and email you the URL.... as you can see from this lot, perfect quality is not essential. We are looking for pix which tell a story or have some historic novelty. I include some stuff from my escapades in the eighties because there's already loads of pix on the web from more recent times.. something to do with digital cameras and the web I suspect. Or the Vulcan B1 at Cosford which is tragically no longer with us. If you have pix like this we'd love to hear from you.
Click on thumbnail to enlarge image.
|Nice souvenir from a RIAT-style event in 1983||
The Big Event of 1983 - another sticker souvenir
|Cosford Aerospace Museum chose an RAF Hawk for its sticker||Vulcan B1 peeps over a yellow Meteor at Cosford (can just see tail of Victor B1)||One of my TV shots - nose of P38 showing 'kills'|
|F16 in static at RIAT83||B52G nose at RIAT83
||Tail end of Grim Reapers' F14 at RIAT83||A7 Corsair II in RIAT static||
Grumman A6 at RIAT 83
|P51 overflies C130 and Turbo Forecracker at Biggin in 82||Unusual to see Lightning and Gnat on the grass (Cosford)||B29 tail at Duxford||Blue Steel missile and Vulcan at Duxford||
Victor at Duxford with air-brakes extended
|Dragon Rapide I had my first flight in at Sywell||Victor tail at Marhaml 1984 (ish)||Victor K2 at Marham 1984 (ish)||Harrier GR3 departs - note IFR probe||Vulcan K2 tail at MAF 82|
|Victor Tanker at RAF Marham||USAFE Super Jolly at Middle Wallop||Lynx at RIAT showing Sea Skua missiles||Captured Pucara at RIAT||Lightning Trainer at Alconbury|
Onward To The Next Aircraft Photo Page
Meanwhile, have you set up your PC to run a slide-show of your pix? The newer versions of Windows have this but you can get some better effects with adjustable settings so as to make a screen-saver from free downloadable software such as 'gPhotoShow' - to get this go here. easy to set up and run - sit back and watch smooth transitions from one plane to the next...