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Originally from the Old Norse, to spot, the term Spotter was derived by the English during the Second World War to mean a lookout or person who identifies something, and was the name given to a ground-based unit of the Royal Air Force (RAF) responsible for monitoring the sky, or keeping lookout against enemy aircraft. Today the term has a more photographic connotation as in this video. 

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  • columbia107
    Posté the 06/07/2015 12:17 pm

    Despite being a great lover of all things that fly I do not consider my self a "spotter" but an "aviation enthusiast" who loves capturing photographically speaking all flyable vehicles.

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