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Offline cabin boy

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Re: HMS Inflexible
« Reply #180 on: 02 September 2013, 14:10:12 »
Colin, they look magnificent, well done. A picture like that makes everything worth while, and an inspiration to those us just starting out, many thanks, Regards Clive

Offline radio joe

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Re: HMS Inflexible
« Reply #181 on: 02 September 2013, 16:53:30 »
Nice photo Colin, those early tribal destroyers certainly presented a low profile for any enemy gunners at that time and fast even by todays standards,
I'm going to order her frigate name sake later this mouth.  Joe

Offline karlgalster

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Re: HMS Inflexible
« Reply #182 on: 02 September 2013, 19:01:44 »
Nice picture Colin, not that easy to set up the subjects and take the photo. I find most modellers get nervous when I try and sail in formation with them. :'(

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Re: HMS Inflexible
« Reply #183 on: 03 September 2013, 05:06:21 »
Yes great photo!    Like how your destroyer is cutting through the water ^^^
   Tom

Offline colin

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Re: HMS Inflexible
« Reply #184 on: 03 September 2013, 10:22:23 »
glad you chaps enjoyed the photo....

yes Joe, i would imagine it was very hard for the enemy to train on a tribal class.

i know what you mean Robin, luckily enough both captains can sail there ships very good, so such photo`s are easy to come by..