This weekend’s adventure was to go down to Hillman Farm Skydivers to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the skydiving Club.
As you can see by the group shot, the event was well attended from people who were involved from the get go, to the newby’s to the sport and everyone in-between.
It was great to catch up with so many crew we haven’t seen for a while.
Also part of the event was the traditional Mumbles memorial meet which is an annual event to remember a young skydiver who had a tragic accident down there in 1983 by the name of Mark Kirby…AKA Mumbles.
A could of the shots above show the memorial that has been created to remember Mumbles.
It was also really good to see the locals there getting behind the event as they always do.
Also a tradition at the event is the famous pit fire, where a drum of Avgas is poorer into the put and set alight. The flames that come up are quite cool and get more intense when the gravel is disturbed which promotes the pit walk!
The runway shot shows just how big the Hillman runway is and it is often used by the Military for Skydive training and land C130 Hercules aircraft down there.
We had a long and big day today with Mike Fletcher and his offsider Darren Mac Cagh up to capture the first major event on the 84m Super Yacht project.
The ali team have been working diligently and tirelessly to finalise the centre hull modules so they could be rolled today and next week they will all come together as one which will form the hub of the super yacht coming together.
A 0600 start and a lot going on throughout the day. Rolling these big modules take team work and precision and the boys did us proud.