(This is my second time posting a response - other must have gotten lost in the bit bucket!)
I don't think this is the same scene shot from two different angles for the following reasons:
1. The only way you could get the left layout anyway consistent with the right's is from a vantage point off to the left of the screen and have the 747 on the ground turned towards you not quite broadside. But this would cause the landing aircraft to be very noticibly turned towards you and very foreshortened. This is not what we see; the landing aircraft are still very broadside to the viewer.
2. I don't think the foreground water in the left matches the view in the right image.
3. Judging by the shadows and positions, I think the landing aircraft in the left image are higher over the ground than those in the left image. For example, it seems to me the distant aircraft is within 0.5 fusealge lengths of the ground in the right image, but just less than a full fuselage length in the left image.
4 Finally, the left image has the 747 centered on a line joining the nose of the near landing craft and the tail of the distant one. If you look at the right image, the 747 is not on this line at all.
My 2 cents worth...
[Edited 2005-02-18 17:22:02]