AeroSuperBatics

The women wing-walkers are sponsored by Breitling, and along with the pilots and the Boeing/Stearman bi-planes, they make up the AeroSuperbatics Flying Circus.

These were fantastic to watch, and I took a lot of photos of them. Cutting this down to a final selection of 10 has been far from easy. It is opportunities such as this that give me confidence in my ability as an event photographer.

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A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
symmetry, class and elegance.
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
Because they are flying away from the camera you can see the support which the women are attached too. Although they are only connected for certain parts of the display.
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
So you like yoga, and you like flying? If you think that combining the two would be fun then you need to become a Wing-Walker.
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
The pilot flies the Stearman from the rear seat, so the Wing-Wlaker can climb down into the front seat.
I love the colours that the Flying Circus and it’s sponsors Breitling have come up with. Such a great contrast with the sky, regardless of the weather.
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
What a place to sit, but I don’t think you will find me joining her for an interview.
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
OMFG – you just wouldn’t would you?
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
One of my favourites, the composition, tone and colours work well, if I may say so myself.
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
YES – we’re in the middle of a heat-haze-heat-wave in the UK.
A photo of the AeroSubertacis Wing-Walkers.
You are amazing – thanks for a fab exhibition of courage and bravery.

(All of these photos were made using the Olympus OMD EM1 MK ii with the Mzuiko 75-300 f4.8-6.7 ii.)