By chance yesterday I happened to see that one of the remaining vulcan bombers to still be airworthy was doing it’s farewell tour and was passing by about half a mile from my house. Thankfully my main camera arrived back from the repair shop yesterday so I popped out to take a few piccies to savour the occasion.
The Vulcan has always been special to me as I passed by one of these outside Blackpool airport when I was younger and it really stuck in my mind due to it’s incredible shape. It was great to finally see one of these monsters in flight.
As usual, click on the photo to get to the full set on flickr.
All photos from Le terrier 2015 are now on my sales site. Hit the ‘photo gallery/sales’ link at the to see them.
father and daughter enjoy a high five on the Jubilee Tower Climb
It’s been a busy week for me. No sooner had I got back to Washington after Le Terrier, I was off on a Duke of Edinburgh expedition (as a leader – I’m slightly too old to do the award myself 🙁 ) hence photo editing has been somewhat slow this week. Anyway, here they are…
Well, half of them anyway. I still have another 300 or so photos from Roeburndale for those of you brave (or stupid) enough to tackle the visciously rough gated section (I know how bad it is – I rode the event a few years back and can still remember the cramp in my quads through this section!).
Click the photo to get to my full gallery or click the ‘photo gallery/sales’ link at the top of this page.
Well done too all the riders!