Thom@s
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I Know This Is Picky, But...

Sun Feb 11, 2001 9:54 pm

...why is this picture to be found when pressing the link "Air to Air"? In the remark field it says "view from Sugar Loaf hill". That can't possible be an Air to Air shot.


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RE: I Know This Is Picky, But...

Sun Feb 11, 2001 10:21 pm

There is an airplane departing, so it will count as an air to air photograph.
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RE: I Know This Is Picky, But...

Mon Feb 12, 2001 12:20 am

Actually, it's not an air to air and it should not be in that category. Use the new feature on the "Correction" page to have it fixed.
http://www.airliners.net/update/index.main?id=8608

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RE: I Know This Is Picky, But...

Mon Feb 12, 2001 12:26 am

Well, it looks like Air to Air, if not for the comment. It's funny how the photographer is actually on the ground but is HIGHER than the plane which is airborn.  Smile
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RE: SashA

Mon Feb 12, 2001 5:07 am

How about these pictures. They are both taken from Beacon Hill, above the airborne plane. They are still not Air to Air. However, fooling someone by saying it is, shouldn't be too hard.


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