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The pilot of Spitfire BM597 taxiing in after the Battle of Britain display at Shoreham 2013.
Nikon D3100 with Sigma 150-500 zoom.
Tally Ho!: This expression became commonly used during the Second World War by English-speaking fighter pilots to say that an enemy aircraft has been sighted. It is still used today for this purpose, and also applies to sighting ground targets, though it is generally shortened to “Tally.”
Source: Wikipedia.

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My main interests are landscape, wildlife and sports events.
I use a Nikon D40X, a Nikon D60 and a Nikon D3100.
The lenses are either Nikkor or Sigma or a Tamron 60mm Macro. I also have a small collection of vintage cameras.
I hope you enjoy my photography and keep coming back for more, as I am constantly working to increase my portfolio.
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  • billfox256
    billfox25611 months ago

    An excellent capture, a time to remember!!!! Bill

  • Thanks very much, he has one hell of a moustache!!!

    – Nigel Bangert

  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...11 months ago

    Brilliant Work Nigel !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Thanks very much, still can’t believe that moustache!!!

    – Nigel Bangert

  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...11 months ago

    A Classic Tash !!

  • Perfect for an RAF pilot from WW2, and it’s real, I checked!

    – Nigel Bangert

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