Aeroplane Monthly 1987-01
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Photographic competition. The winners
One of two shots highly commended by the judges was by G. Frankland of London SW2, who photographed Aces High Dakota G-DAKS “KG874” at Duxford on June 8, 1984
The evocative shot of Nalfire Aviation’s Spitfire IX, MH434, won First Prize for John Blackman of North Weald, Essex. The photograph was taken at Duxford Airfield, Cambs, on May 4, 1986, and wins John a Canon T90 35mm camera, worth £450.
G. H. Crump of London SE20 wins Third Prize for his photograph of Tiger Moth G-AOEI, taken from another Tiger over Cambridgeshire in March 1985.
One of two shots highly commended by the judges was by Murray Howlett of Granville, NSW, Australia, who photographed a Bellanca 7AC leading two Tiger Moths in a tethered flypast during the AAAA Flying Display at Drage's Airworld, Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia in March 1986.
Second Prize goes to P. Holmes of Newport, Isle of Wight, for his view from the cabin of Short Sandringham Southern Cross taking off from the Solent in September 1977.