This issue has recently been discussed in this thread
and I have been in recent correspondence with Glenn about the issue. I am hoping that Glenn will add to that thread, but others from the crew may see fit to make an addition here.
It does look as though there is some confusion with this rule that needs clarification. But, as someone who has been on the wrong end of the rule in the past and had discussions about it here, I feel quite clear:
If you have a previous photograph already on the database of a particular registration - as you do with this example - and you then submit a further photo that has a similar motive - e.g. angle/stage of flight etc - then you are likely to get a rejection for NOA
_Double. It DOES NOT make any difference that the photos were taken on a different days.
Thus - though it is a subjective judgement call - some would argue that this new photo has the plane at the same angle, from the same side, and so it is a candidate for this rejection. Others I guess might argue that the plane is not physically in the same place. To unpick that one would require the input of one of the screening team. My hunch - for what it is worth - is that it will get a double rejection.
I hope this helps.
All the best.