It’s that time of the year again, and indeed that year again, when the Farnborough Airshow is on.
The last time I went to the airshow was 6 years ago, and once again, I didn’t manage to get to it this time either. However, as I live on the other side of ‘the hill’ to the airfield (its not actually as close as it sounds) was are lucky enough to get aircraft overhead when they are on holding patterns or arriving at the show.
This time though, we didn’t really see the Red Arrows or any of the jets overhead. Maybe this is due to the new rules on airshows and where aircraft go, or can display. The Red Arrows was only a flypast. We didn’t see the Lancaster either.
It didn’t however stop a Spitfire circling above, nor a Yak & Corsair.
So, my garden airshow this time was like this.
Sadly all the aircraft seemed to circled around us, not too close.
Until it decided it was time to head to do its display, and fly right overhead! With this shot, the colours are straight from the camera and caused by the lens, but its created an interesting shot.
Then, an aircraft I didn’t recognise but a quick look on the Airshow website told me it was a YAK 3
This was taken in duller conditions so I made the images black and white and a bit grainy. I think it worked well.
There was definitely less aircraft over the garden this year but still so lucky to see them anyway.
After the show had finished, I was settled back at the computer and heard something noisy and low, I trapped the camera and got this photo of the A380 heading home.