Photographer: Leigh Chatten
Subject: Spitfire start-up at the Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar D-Day 80th Anniversary, August 2020
Photographer: Jonathan Large
Subject: Pilot Stu Goldspink grins while awaiting ‘rescue’ after landing his Bristol Scout M1C during the Shuttleworth Collection air show on September 5, 2021
Photographer: Joe Summerhill
Subject: North American P-51D Mustang Contrary Mary taking off during September 2021’s Victory Show at Cosby, Leicestershire
How to enter
Entry couldn’t be easier. Simply email your favourite photograph to email@example.com and we will select one winner per week. Each winner goes through to the next stage and at the end of the month we will select one to be our Photo of the Month. The winner will also receive useful feedback from ace air-to-air photographer Darren Harbar (darrenharbar.co.uk). The winners can be viewed online at Key.Aero and on our Instagram and Facebook pages. You can also receive weekly updates on the competition by signing up to the Key Newsletter at: key.aero/newsletter
The rules: There aren’t many, but the photo must have been taken by yourself. It can be an old or new picture and of a person, place or aeroplane as long as it is in relation to vintage aviation.
Please only send pictures you are happy for us to share in the magazine and via our social media. Photos need to be high resolution and without a watermark to enable us to print them.
Don’t worry – we’ll make sure they are credited to you.
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