Today we visited Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes. It's a truly amazing place and one that was a secret to everyone for a number of years. During World War II, over 8,500 people worked there and helped to decode the encypted communications being sent, using the famous Enigma machine(s).
Above is a picture of one of the three planes that makes up the infamous Battle of Britain flypast. Today it was the Lanacaster Bomber flying by itself, which meant the pilot was able to turn and fly over the park 3/4 times.
Unfortunately this shot is not as close as I would've like to have gotten but it's as close as I could get. My bigger lens is broken (25-135mm) and currently being fixed, so this shot was taken with my 25-80mm lens.