I'm looking forward to seeing how a couple shots in particular turned out. ^_^ The day started off rather glum, but finished on a thoroughly summery note. Highlights: Osprey, A400M, Red Arrows, Battle of Britain tribute, the French team's Mirages, and the magnificent Vulcan, sadly only on display today (frustratingly, that was the craft I was aiming to see - originally, it had been due to fly on Friday only, but that changed later, once weekend tickets had sold out). I'm no military sort by any means, but the craft are - well, it's a heavily overused word, but, sometimes, "awesome" actually is fitting. ^_^ BTW, if you're an avgeek, RIAT are making live streams available for a modest fee, should you not be able to be there in person.
I did have to be a little mindful of the battery, I realised - but I seemed to be going through it at about the right proportion, given the flying hours. I hadn't quite realised how well it turned out until the end - 1% charge remaining, 1,879 photographs taken. =:D (I don't have a spare battery - in a very good afternoon's rabbiteering, I might wind up with around 300-400 shots. But here too, so much of the time, you've just got to try for the moment, and once in a while, something special emerges =:)
BTW, I can highly recommend RIAT with a supertelephoto as a great form of exercise. ^_^;
I'm not sure when I'll be able to catch up with LJ, but I know I need to. Possibly Sunday, as the weather everywhere looks like being dull, else Tuesday or Wednesday - I'll be dropping the lens off on Tuesday afternoon.
Otherwise, not a huge amount of news. But I'm doing what I can to change that. =:)