It was levelled on the building vertical above the flight deck windows, the structure with the "B" on it, etc. all look level. I was sensitive to level rejections taken from here after the last debate, so when I saw it had been rejected for level, I had to laugh.
It was discussed ad nauseum in this thread. http://www.airliners.net/discussions...ation_photography/read.main/282813
No it was a misinterpretation of what you said. I'm not too keen on being accused of lying on a public forum and I ask you to withdraw the comment.
I know there are 16 still in the queue presently waiting.
Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 3): Are you playing games? I see you uploaded a clear double. Why? Surely you understand what a double is?
I accidentally uploaded a photo that I have already got on the database. It was added over 2 years ago. I forgot it was already on the database. I am very sorry. Imagine that - an uploader makes a mistake - whatever next.
Quoting INNflight (Reply 5): Surely British engineers know that buildings usually are supposed to have vertical walls,
I didn't use buildings to the side as apparently the lenses I use may suffer from barrel distortion so I only use references in the middle.