Fly Away Birds

I can’t help but wonder what it would have been like in Paris 1944 during World War 2. During the Canadian International Air Show which is held annually over the Labour Day weekend I managed to snag an awesome vantage point to capture these amazing pilots dazzle the crowds. Here is my modern day interpretation of Paris 1944.

Traditionally people shoot the Canadian Snowbird Flight Squadron in colour, but since I had a mock Eiffel Tower structure I decided to go my own road and paint them black 😉 The fact that these pilots fly at almost 600 km/h during a performance I am happy that I was able to trail them to this composition.

Enjoy,

flyawaybirds

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