Once the 1st flight of the Hurricane was completed owner John Brooks and Pilot Ross Pay wanted to get some air to air photo's to be used to help promote the " The Flight of the Hurricane" public flying day. They called in ASO to capture this rare event.

The photographic record of an Aussie plane spotter chasing the mighty Vulcan around the UK.

The chance to do my 1st major Warbird Air to Air shoot was to be with one of Australia's lesser flown aircraft. There was no better day then the 100th Anniversary of ANZAC Day for Ross Pay from Pay's Air Service to put on a small fly over of his local area of Scone.

Spotting warbirds at Temora in Central West New South Wales. The aircraft collection in the afternoon light never gets old.

This was a special moment. The opportunity to photograph these aircraft away from their home base is rare, but routine enough in an Airshow setting. However the chance to see and photograph a Meteor and Sabre from a viewpoint like this and against such a magnificent backdrop is unlikely to be repeated.

Warbird Photography Workshop run at and by Temora Aviation Museum in southern NSW. These images are from September 2014.

Pumping gobs of fuel from the back of a big fast jet and setting it on fire with two ear-smashing blow torches, low and fast. What's not to like?