An Avro Shackleton RAF long-range martitime patrol aircraft, with its distinctive contra-rotating propeller engines and twin boom tail, makes a low-level pass over the Sound of Mull, passing Lismore lighthouse on the west coast of Scotland, before heading out over the Atlantic. This digital realisation comprises a background photograph by me and an old USAF public domain image of the aircraft.

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  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyeralmost 3 years ago

    Excellent Image Gary. I used to fly in these, noisy but great fun when out on patrol. – Ted

  • Thanks Ted. Blimey, do you know that’s three people who’ve said the same thing. I was worried that I’d portrayed it a little too low for artistic reasons, but it turns out the operational height was very low (OK maybe not quite that low :)

    – Gary Eason + Flight Artworks

  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...almost 3 years ago

    This is superb work !! – Colin

  • Cheers Colin.

    – Gary Eason + Flight Artworks

  • Gary Eason + Flight Artworks
    Gary Eason + F...over 1 year ago

    Thanks very much to my latest buyer. I hope you enjoy it.

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