Fokker F27. 600. 5A-DLR. libya. 1986
and found it here
Yes I did infact I edited my postskyhigh wrote:Ray it was 1986 ...this happened, and if you look a the 2nd link it's like a scarecrow now...
Maybe not yet but very nearskyhigh wrote:Mela... Libya became... like the wild..wild..west...movies...
That's right brian! Anarchy.......... a state of lawlessness and political disorder due to the absence of governmental authority.bcauchi wrote:Ray how about getting one of those AK 47's with you next time? They look really nice. I think that overall, things are worse and not better since the revolution. There is too much instability.
Bri, there will be no next time I'm afraid as I'm staying on The Rock for goodbcauchi wrote:Ray how about getting one of those AK 47's with you next time? They look really nice. I think that overall, things are worse and not better since the revolution. There is too much instability.
Ivan. as you well noticed, the desert is not just plain, boring sand but is made up of different strata, colour & tesxtureiCocker wrote:Beautiful Ray
One question as you had eyewitness and this has always been an argument over the net ... so from the looks depends the regions or the sun looks like not all sand is the same especially colour, some is yellowish, other is red and I read that in some areas it is also grey ... an other thing and surely you noticed this heavy vehicles sit over the sand how deep it goes ... from the looks tyres do not go so down though teh terrain is dust ... it looks like vehicles fly over the sand :)This helps mate for dioramas!!!!
Thanks Relax & Brianbcauchi wrote:Whilst i am sorry that you had to give up your job, on the other hand i am happy that you are back full time with us. The club is not the same without you! You made your presence felt even from there but being here is another thing. Welcome back. There might be other opportunities which are less risky and maybe pay well too, who knows.