On Dec. 5th I went again to Grosseto to make take some long exposure shots during night activities (see also my previous post here).
Typhoon MM7287 operating with the RSV landing at sunset:
Take off of a P-180:
Base turn and landing for a 9th Gruppo Eurofighter:
A C-27J on final approach for RWY 03:
The C-27J performing a touch and go:
This last picture deserves a comment: if you look at the top of the image, you’ll notice that the red strobe light blinking underneath the aircraft and reflecting on the fuselage and the wing, generates a series of red dots that recall the shape of the wings of the C-27J.
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