Dear Sam -
I do not know the Airbus, but I looked at it by curiosity.
One detail, seems awful little amount of TE flaps extention for a landing.
Besides, its main gear is on the ground, normally some spoilers should deploy.
I would venture to say, it is on rotation for takeoff.
Maybe if you compare to other A-319/320 pictures of landing/takeoffs...
Incidentally, you can't judge by the horizontal stabilizer position (above referred to as "tail plane flaps"). During landing, they're guenerally deflected upward as well, as a landing is a controlled stall into the ground.
The give away is the elevator position. On landing, the entire horizontal stabiliser is deflected up a few degrees due to nose up trim, but on take-off, less is required so the angle of the elevators in the photo, plus the neutral stab. setting, and the flaps, indicate rotation.