Tuesday, 11 March 2008

Air - Sea Rescue Helicopter over Scarboro N.Y.

While we were at Scarboro for the day, we were sat in a cafe waiting for our lunch - when the Air-Sea rescue helicopter flew overhead, cause not missing out of a photo oppotunity, I rushed out and took a few shots.
I think it was only having a look and not really in a rescue bid.


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11 comments:

Old Wom Tigley said...

Well captured Imac.
They do a fantastic job...

YesBut said...

Probably keeping an eye on you Mac

jules-cards said...

great pic's Stuart, we got our very own David Bailey lol, keep on snapping the great pics Stuart, love to look at them

oldmanlincoln said...

Those things make a lot of noise so it must have been exciting.

Kerri said...

Great shots! Looks awfully low and close! But I guess you have to be able to maneuver that way if you are a Rescue copter!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Hard to believe something that big can stay in the air. Love the capture

RuneE said...

We have some of them over our the house from time to time. I envy you the pictures, but it must have been a noisy experience!

lv2scpbk said...

Nice shots.

Gail's Man said...

Flying in a helicopter is great fun. Gail & I have done it in Sydney & Dubai. If you get the opportunity, take it. You won't be disappointed.

Marvin said...

Nice shots, imac. I especially like the way the chopper is partially framed by the masts in the top photo.

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