The DeHavilland Dragon Rapide was a 1930’s Airliner. This one is still doing trips for the public at Duxford.

Camera: Olympus Om707 – 70-210mm lens
Digital remastered Negative.
Agfa 200asa film.

Comments

  • Glen Allen
    Glen Allenabout 6 years ago

    lovely shot of a classic plane!

  • Thanks Glen – I was fighting the sun a bit – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • imageworld
    imageworldabout 6 years ago

    done a trip in one of these Ted Good shot light worked well composition good & a classic shot of a classic aeroplane not certain but I believe that these aircraft used the same engine as the Chipmunk, The venerable gypsy major Mk 8

  • Thanks Paul, was struggling with the sun a little here but it came out OK. Was one of the Gypsy model engines I think.

    – Edward Denyer

  • Hertsman
    Hertsmanabout 6 years ago

    Nice period look to this shot Ted – at Duxford I see.

  • Thanks for the comment Richard, and yes, spot on, Duxford. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

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