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A man who was taking publicity shots for a flying school returned home to discover he had captured images of spacecraft used in the new Star Wars film.
He said: "I didn't know it was there, and we flew down and did some orbits. It was based around the old cruise missile silo. "We didn't realise what we had.
I looked at the pictures on the viewer on the camera but the resolution wasn't brilliant. "It wasn't until I got back last night and started going through the images that it just jumped out at me. "I was quite stunned. It was like, 'wow'.
That's how the picture came about, purely by luck. "I had to go and grab my son who's a big Star Wars fan and get him to come and look at the picture and pinch me and make sure I'd seen what I'd seen.
originally posted by: jtrenthacker
So cool. I think it's awesome that they are going back to practical sets and staying away from heavy CGI.