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Rygge airshow Norway saturday 25/8-2007.


Kaptein_Damli
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I am attending the airshow at Rygge in Norway. Here is a link.

 

www.flyshow.no

 

I am going to take a lot of pictures with me Canon S3IS, so sunday, bet I will post some of them here! Rumours says there will be 16 F-16 in formation! :pilotfly::megalol:

 

Also look at the "program" so see what´s coming.

 

 

Robert.

My moviemaking channel at YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/user/RobertDamli

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Got room for two more. I will have no webserver hosting pics, and I hate imageshack because of ads etc. Anyone know any site I can show the rest of my pics?

 

Found a space for pictures. Here´s more:

 

http://s236.photobucket.com/albums/ff171/Kaptein_Damli/

 

EDIT: Added more pictures!

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http://www.youtube.com/user/RobertDamli

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Yeah, it was a great show, too bad we dont see airshows this big more often in Norway.

 

I think I got a totalt of about 2000 pictures from that weekend, including arrivals on friday. Ill post a couple, if youre ok with it...

 

belf1601.jpg

- The Belgian F-16 landing after its test display on friday afternoon.

 

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- The Swedes put on a great show with their Gripen solo display.

 

klu02.jpg

- And the dutch F-16 solo display team was great...as allways...

 

klu01.jpg

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I never even heard about this airshow. :P Where was I?? Oh, work i guess..

 

I be damned, you from Norway too? I thought you where from US or something! Never looked at you location thingy before! :) Godt det er flere nordmenn som spiller Lock On! :) BTW: Love your videos! Have downloaded a lot of them! Big talent you got there! Keep it up!

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Nice photos AGG! What are the specs for the camera you used?

 

Bet itґs a Canon or Nikon with a 600 mm with antishake. I got myself a Canon S3IS, but I am limited to 430 mm, but I have antishake (optical).

Anywhy, my cam cost about 3000 NOK and his A LOT more, but pictures speaks for them self, so I think itґs worth it! Great pictures! :thumbup:

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I be damned, you from Norway too? I thought you where from US or something! Never looked at you location thingy before! :) Godt det er flere nordmenn som spiller Lock On! :) BTW: Love your videos! Have downloaded a lot of them! Big talent you got there! Keep it up!

 

Hehe joda, så klart er det flere av oss som lurker rundt på disse forumene! ;D

 

And thanks for the comment! :)

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Of course I do mate ;)

 

The Spitfire never made it to Rygge, dont know why though...in stead we got two Mustangs, but the simulated dogfight with the 109 was still awesome. Unfortunatly they flew late in the day, which resulted in some really though photo conditions. but here's a few pictures I think turned out ok. Hope you like 'em.

 

me01.jpg

 

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As for your question, the Kjeller airshow is annual, the Rygge Airshow was a one time event (unfortunatly) to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 720sqn operating out of Rygge (flying Bell-412SPs).

 

Jeg er foroevrig nordmann jeg ogsaa ;)

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This is a spanish made 109 Buchon ...

 

Yep. Sadly there's few "true" 109's left flying, which is a shame. Would be damn nice to see one in flight. We can just hope that the newly restored FW190 and ME262 starts to fly the Airshow-circuits.

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Clustermunitions is just another way of saying that you don't like someone.

 

I used to like people, then people ruined that for me.

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