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I know this pic isn't to clear but it was overflying my house a few weeks ago at about

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Sorry my PC Threw a wobbler and sent the message before I finished :-(
The aircrat was at about 15,000ft above Wilmslow UK

Hi

Looks like a Turbo Otter, the angle  its taken at hides the nearest float against the fuselage.

Here's one I took earlier (Oshkosh 2005)

[IMG]http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c302/terryford/out%20takes/Pictur...[/IMG]

Have fun

Terry

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Cheers Terry when i first viewed it, I thought it was a single attachment on the wing but the lads at work agree with you that there is another one and as you say it was the angle that makes it hard to see. I remember hearing it a long time before actually seeing it .... Noisy thing for the size :-)
Quinny

Hi 

There aren't many non-asymmetrical design aircraft, you can check out some by looking at the designs of Burt Rutan.

Have fun

Terry

Will Do
Cheers

It looks more like a Cessna Caravan from the tail section. One float has blocked the full view of the fuselage making it hard to tell.

Hi

King is right, they both have pretty big floats, and they are equally un common in the U.K.

Here's one I took earlier Cannes '08, lousy shot in lousy weather

[IMG]http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c302/terryford/out%20takes/CIMG23...[/IMG]

I guess it's a tender for a super yacht.

Have fun

Terry

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