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RE: A Virtual Tour of MH


By the way this thread is now unlocked so please post away..........

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Hello John,

I've just waded through all the pics, all I can say is great photography and how nice to see the old airfield being reclaimed by nature in such a pleasing way.  The photos on the first page showing the woodchip walk and the autumnal trees look superb.  Nice also to see the A&AEE and BLEU memorial.

ATB,

Steven

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Hi Steven  again

I am answering this on behalf of John who wont be around on the forum for a few days. Many thanks for your comments I know John will appreciate them.

Tarkey

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Hello Tarkey and John,

the comments are definitely well-deserved in my opinion; aside from the super content, the compositions are good.  There's just something about old airfields and RAF stations that gets me everytime.  Tarkey; I recall your user name from the Key Publishing Forum too perhaps? I was checking the Haunted airfields thread on there and might have seen you on there too?

Anyway, cracking pics.

Steve

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No problem, John, get well soon and I hope your fingers are back in action soon. 

ATB,

Steve

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