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Fabulous angle!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Hu Yuhai

Fantastic shot Isaac!
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Anton

Written on 28/04/2017 by Anton van Ruiten

I can't belive it!

Written on 28/04/2017 by han nuri lee

Would love to see the complete paint job on this if all black or not? Looks very cool

Written on 28/04/2017 by bigkahuna400

Jeffrey and Don, Thank you!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Fantastic !!!!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jacques Heroux

Yikes!!!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jose Suro

Love the photo. Nothing like a Boeing.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jeffrey Smith

A master of photography at work. A super great shot that is properly aligned. Good job keep them coming.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jeffrey Smith

A P210, I think. A comfortable cabin altitude, even when it's 18,000 feet outside!

Written on 28/04/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

I worked for Saudia years ago ...it was company policy that all operated airplanes be flown once a week-usually on Thursday.

Written on 28/04/2017 by dirktanis

Actually, that's a 737-800. Two emergency exits above the wing. 737-700s have one exit over the wing.

Written on 28/04/2017 by awpitt

Thank you Dwight !

Written on 28/04/2017 by John Marotta

Thank you for nice comments regarding this beautiful post WW 2 Aircraft

Written on 28/04/2017 by ken kemper

Thanks!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

This photo is touched up to look more presentable and was taken with my first real camera, the Kodak Automatic Retina.

Written on 28/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

Can't get photo rotated properly...We actually flew right side up!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mary McElyea

That is a tough shot to get. Great photo!

Written on 28/04/2017 by zennermd

stunning photograph

Written on 28/04/2017 by Jim Mitchell

Thanks!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Isaac Vogelzang

This is an exhibition flight, Paris Le Bourget in not used for commercial flights for many years, it is a business airport only, and once a year the place of Paris International Air Show (June 19th to 25th on 2017) : https://www.siae.fr/en/the_show/presentation.htm . This picture has obviously been taken one past year during the show. Anyway this A380 in British Airways livery has been shot before it was delivered to British Airways, F-WW** is an temporary registration number, when delivered the plane will be registrated in Great Britain : G-

Written on 28/04/2017 by Patrick Weiss

Wow! Great shot!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Dave Sheehy

The Blue Angels always look magnificent no matter what aircraft type they use. Interesting to see #4 is a twin-seater. Is that to enable formation photography perhaps?

Written on 28/04/2017 by Alan Hume

Five stars for the dedication! I know exactly what it's like to stand out there in the blowing snow, freezing wind, numb fingers and toes and trying to compose a shot!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Mark Thomas

Waiting to board at POE

Written on 28/04/2017 by tinochka

Great shot ...

Written on 28/04/2017 by VAIDES RADU SORIN

Landeanflug im Schneegestöber

Written on 28/04/2017 by reinzi

Superbe prise !

Written on 28/04/2017 by Pierre Cantin

Talk about being at the right place at the right time to take this amazing picture! Shame for the loss of the CF18 Hornet but glad the pilot RCAF Captain Brian Brews survived the ejection. It was concluded to a sticky piston as the probable cause in the Alberta Air Show during practice in July, 2010. Wow!!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Vivian Clifton

Talk about being at the right place at the right time to take this amazing picture! Shame for the loss of the CF18 Hornet but glad the pilot RCAF Captain Brian Brews survived the ejection. It was concluded to a sticky piston as the probable cause in the Alberta Air Show during practice in July, 2010. Wow!!

Written on 28/04/2017 by Vivian Clifton

Beautiful dusk shot

Written on 28/04/2017 by Don Ridgeway

Great night shot

Written on 28/04/2017 by Don Ridgeway

Great shot and great flying

Written on 28/04/2017 by Don Ridgeway

Excellent shot, love it

Written on 28/04/2017 by Don Ridgeway

Beautiful photo and unique aircraft.

Written on 27/04/2017 by Alan Brown

That's a great shot of a steep final in a DHC6. I have never flown the Twin Otter, but in the Beech Kingair 200(also PWC PT6A powered) it was SOP to have the Autofeather system armed for approach and landing, to cater for the possibility of an engine failure during a missed approach. Appears not to be "armed" in this case(silver toggle switch to the left of the Standby Attitude indicator).

Written on 27/04/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Another great shot Gary! Don't forget the EAL L188 Electra to the right. Someone probably went to a lot of trouble to dress prop numbers 3 and 4 when they spotted your camera!!

Written on 27/04/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Beautiful photo. Well done!

Written on 27/04/2017 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Great picture, exceptionally sharp and noise-free for its time. What kind of camera did you use?

And just look at those oil-stained engine nacelles...

Written on 27/04/2017 by Torsten Hoff

Excellent!

Written on 27/04/2017 by LELAND SCHMIDT

Lucky guy holding the camera!

Written on 27/04/2017 by 340Captain

Viewing this photo is like gazing back on an earlier era of airliner travel... much as a peek into a time capsule's contents.

Thanks, Peter, for sharing this one with us!

Written on 27/04/2017 by cliff731

Thanks Peter!

Written on 27/04/2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

Beautiful composition

Written on 27/04/2017 by 96flstc

Thanks Gary!

Written on 27/04/2017 by Darryl Sarno

Hello registration is PH-BFH on this bird!!!!

Written on 27/04/2017 by daniel jef

thanks john

Written on 27/04/2017 by Brian Buckley

I second Alan's comment... love the prop blur!

Written on 27/04/2017 by Tom Heaverlo

Super 5 * military metal captures here, T. Bravos on the catches and TY for sharing them. Loooong road trip next week with stops in OR and throughout northern and central CA (down to SJC and Monterey), and the final stop is the Open House at SUU to close out the week. Pls keep sharing your clicks and I'll look for more of yours after next week.

Written on 27/04/2017 by Gary Schenauer

stimmt, aus 2014!!
hab noch so viele aus der zeit die wuerdig sind gezeigt zu werden.

Written on 27/04/2017 by Uwe Zinke

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