Monday, July 30, 2007

CF100 at dusk in Lee Park (third photo)



Here's a different angle of the same CF100 that has been the subject of the North Bay Photo daily blog for the last couple of days. It was taken at dusk and one can almost imagine how these planes would be scrambled during the 1950s at any time of day or night to meet the nation's needs.

7 comments:

Curly said...

I preferred your earlier shot, but the threat is still there. Aircraft seem to be popular today, I have the Red Arrows.

South Shields Daily Photo

Joy said...
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Joy said...

Hey, we've got the same skies! :-) Beautiful.

joy
The Goddess In You

Emily Lin said...

beautiful photo. Love the cloud.

Neva said...

Love the pinks....you're good at this!

Karlis Beinerts said...

About CF100 and the crow I posted few days ago - I think, the reason why they both don't fly anymore, is the age. :)

magiceye said...

one can imagine the fear it caused!