Just by way of both an introduction, and a brief explanation as to how I became involved with the world of low level fast jet photography. My name is Alan Chadwick and in 2003, after taking early retirement, we exchanged the daily routine of commuting into London for a more rural existence and moved to the Shropshire Hills near the border with Wales, and spent several years fulfilling a long held dream of renovating an old farmhouse.
By chance one day (fortunately, in hindsight, after the house was finished!), I Googled
for information on what setting to use to photograph the Hercules aircraft that occasionally
flew low over the house. As happens when you Google, it’s easy to get side-
So, In August 2010, out of curiosity I paid my first visit to one of these locations
I’ve created this website to share some of my favourite images from these visits to the Loop and the other low fly locations . To view click here, or on the “PHOTOGRAPHS” button at the top of the page.
With grateful thanks to the pilots of the RAF and USAF, and my fellow “togs” for the company.