They say first impressions mean a lot and I would have to agree…. The first thing that you notice with this lens is the size of the case the lens comes in . I don’t know if it could be built any stronger which just gives you an[…]
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Monday the 23rd of February 2015, a momentous day for members of Aviation Spotters Online, with Mark Jessop along with videographer Mark Pourzenic made the long trip from the city of Melbourne to RAAF Base East Sale, which is in the Gippsland district. They were there to visit a fantastic[…]
Once in a while it all comes together. Magnificent aircraft. A well-flown display. A truly beautiful backdrop. And a perfect elevated and accessible viewpoint. That is how it was on this day. It was practice day for an Airshow at Williamtown Airfield, just North of Newcastle on the New South[…]