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The winning photograph for April 2020

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P-38 Lightning at AIR14, Payerne, Switzerland     Peter Busby

This Red Bull P-38 Lightning, was taken at AIR14, Payerne, Switzerland, with my Canon EOS700D, and 70-300 IS USM lens.

Peter Busby

Thanks to everyone that took part in the Photo-Competition.

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Hurricane Mk.IIc of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at The Victory Show, Cosby 2019. Taken on a Nikon D7000 with Sigma 150-500mm lens.

Keith Griffiths
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Spitfire Mk.IXc MK959 of the Texas Flying Legends Museum collection seen on the Thursday of Oshkosh in 2019. A D-Day veteran, it saw service with Dutch in Indonesia. The photo was taken with my Canon EOS 7D Mk.II and 70-300 lens set at 200mm with f/8 and 1/800 sec.

Dean Alexander
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Spitfires at the Battle of Britain show at Duxford in 2019.

Keith Attfield
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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Trenchard 'Plus' formation which was performed at RIAT 2018. The photo was taken on my Canon 1300D with a 55-250mm lens.

Jake Allen
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3/4 scale replica Mosquito (PZ460) at Tours Airshow 2015 with Canon 650D.

Barry Hargreaves
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Spitfire Tailchase at IWM Duxford Spring Airshow, 2008.

Andrew Ratcliffe
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I found it very hard to choose one warbird so I've chosen this formation taken at Bournemouth airshow 2019. Taken on Canon 7D Mk2, aperture F11 and shutter speed of 1/200sec with 100-400mm canon L series lens.

Adam Ord
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P-47 Thunderbolt, "Nellie B" and P-51 Mustang, "Contrary Mary" taking off together at Biggin Hill in 2019. Nikon D5300 fitted with the 70-300mm lens.

John Taylor
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Red Arrows at Fairford airshow 2013. Canon 5d, iso 400, shutter speed 1/4000. (Unfortunately photo does not fit the Warbirds theme).

Ron Aitchison