Once again, our vintage aircraft evening event was somewhat spoiled by the weather; a nor-west wind gusting up to 40 knots is a little risky for these old planes. However, there was quite a dramatic sky, even if the light was rather flat, so I took the Bronica S2a and shot a roll of Ilford HP5 Plus down the flight line. I'll post a few images, as I know there are a few vintage aircraft fans among our members. They wheeled out a Chance Vought F4U Corsair and turned on a brilliant display of precision flying as part-compensation for the limited flying by the older aircraft; the crowds always love the Corsairs. Lenses were either the 135mm Nikkor-Q f/3.5 or the 50mm Nikkor-H f/3.5, the HP5 was developed in PMK Pyro and the negs scanned on the Epson V700 Photo.