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Chuck A. Villanueva said on April 14, 2017
Once again amazing images. A story in each one. The very last one which involves medical attention on the Doberman, man’s best friend.
neil foster said on April 14, 2017
Nice pics as usual Rob,do you reckon the two guys in #6 on the right have put each others hats on Laurel and Hardy style,the Hunter going through Tower bridge is shopped,right?
Keep ’em coming.
Rob Pollock said on April 14, 2017
Not sure about the flypast. This was the post-War heyday of British aviation so anything and everything was sanctioned.
Interesting that no one’s commented on the lead photo, with the snake hitching a ride….
PS just changed a previous photo where a fallen soldier was just in view, which wasn’t immediately apparent but not suitable for this forum.
Can’t imagine the top brass allowing it with traffic on the bridge….
Anthony Conway said on April 14, 2017
1968 Flt lieutenant Alan Pollock flew in protest at government cuts. Invalided out of R.A.F been quite a few flown through the bridge. Banned activity soon after .
Wondered if it was a Simitar rather than a Hunter?
Craig Abrahamson said on April 14, 2017
Oh, I saw that that snake immediately, but wanted to peruse the others before replying. Dunno where you keep comin’ up with these ‘briefing’ pics, but they’re definitely eclectic in their depiction(s). Findin’ ’em must be a full-time job…..along with that beautiful boat you just posted.
And I highly doubt that Hunter under the bridge was photo shopped – that probably DID happen.
Robert Royes said on April 14, 2017
Very interesting. like the one feeding the Warthog.
Christian Ristits said on April 14, 2017
Thanks again, cool!
Morne Meyer said on April 15, 2017
Awesome photos Rob!!! The snake, dog and donkey photos are the best. As for the Hunter. That pilot is BRAVE!!!
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