Week 28 – Old Ladies of the Air

Dropping in at Old Warden airfield, near Biggleswade, is often a rewarding pastime, particularly at the end of a day’s work.  Here are two old ladies, one a little punchier than the other: a Spitfire MkVC of the Free Czech Air Force and a Travelair 4000.

Fighter aircraft with engine compartment uncovered
Spitfire MkVC AR501
A biplane with two pilots
Curtiss-Wright Travelair 4000
A biplane about to land
Curtiss-Wright Travelair 4000

Week 27 – An English Country Fête

You’re not going to be bowled over at the excitement of an English Country Fête, particularly one at a very small village.  But it was very pleasant to visit Hatley in Cambridgeshire and see the sights brought together by a few dedicated people, drink some tea and find a cake or two to eat without guilt (I was supporting the locals, of course).

Hatley Fete
MG TC
Hatley Fete
MG TD and couple

Week 26 – Sparse

My Fujifilm cameras have a double exposure facility which I have only recently started to try and to use.  Here’s a wind turbine scene treated that way.

Turbine double exposure