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Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:01 am

I photographed N538US at the gate at DTW boarding for LGW on 9/9/08:


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...and then Terry Wade caught her arrival at LGW the next morning on 9/10/08:


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I just think that's damn cool. Great shot Terry!
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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 4:13 am

Yep, pretty cool to have someone catch your aircraft at its destination, or vice versa. Here's another example.

Photographed N586HA taking off from 08R at HNL.

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And Allen saw her arriving at LAX around 5 hours later.

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Saw N733BA taking off from HNL.

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And Yuxiaobin caught its arrival into XMN.

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It's also nice if someone gets a shot of the aircraft with you inside, without you knowing.

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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 8:07 am

I remember the same thing happening with my friend Hongyin Huo - I photographed an Air Canada B767 at the hold prior to its departure from Manchester to Toronto, and Hongyin (who would have been fast asleep when I was out with my camera) was waiting at the end of the journey to capture its arrival later in the day:

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...and in a way that brings more of us together, I have just discovered as I write this that two other friends and A.net stalwarts also got in on the game that very day - Jid at Manchester, in a different spot to me that day, and then Eric photographed the same aircraft at the end of its day in Montreal:

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Any advance on 4 A.netters in different parts of the globe  wink .

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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 8:31 am

This is a cool thread.
The same happened to me last 15th of March, when I nailed this beauty in LAX

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and a few hours earlier...in Japan on the same day...

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fellow photographer YK got it blasting from Yokota AFB.
Globalization at its best?  Big grin
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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 8:53 am

FRA - LUX

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Quoting Je89_w (Reply 1):
It's also nice if someone gets a shot of the aircraft with you inside, without you knowing.

Yeah, happened to me also at least once:

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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 10:17 am

Nice plug thread Chris!

No brainer here.

Hard to believe only two guys turned out for this.


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Figured at SFO there would be a crowd.


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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 11:34 am

I seem to recall there was one that someone got taking off, a pilot got in flight, and another photographer got upon landing.
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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 11:46 am



Quoting Je89_w (Reply 1):
It's also nice if someone gets a shot of the aircraft with you inside, without you knowing.

That did happen to me on one occasion, last year:

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I was peering out with my camera lens, over the wing somewhere, whilst Gareth took his photo, but however hard I look I can't see myself  biggrin .

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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 12:32 pm

Had this a few years ago.

I photographed this overhead my house in Cheshire.


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It was photographed later the same day at LAX.


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Shame nobody posted a picture of it at Paris.
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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 2:31 pm

On March 4, 2006 Snorre shot this Zoom 763 departing SXM:


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I shot its arrival in YOW later that evening:


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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 2:31 pm

hmmmm..Terry Wade seems to have a habit of this.. Wink

Mine. Departing FLL


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Terry. 906FR holding for 09L departure. Too bad I was seated on the opposite side or I would have captured Terry at the FLL viewing area as well!


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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 2:51 pm

I like this aspect of our hobby. Make the world seem much smaller.

Also does anyone else think when they take a pic of a special plane that it's"their" plane? I saw the EK 77W at MAN last year and remember thinking as I drove home that it will be over xxx country and then later that it was landing in DXB. It always seems amazing to me that something that you have seen or photographed is in another part of the planet entirely several hours later.
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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:06 pm

Happened to me once:


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Here's the E-Jet leaving it's home in Poland and...


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Here's the little plane arriving at Vienna posing for me.  Wink
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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:44 pm



Quoting Je89_w (Reply 1):
It's also nice if someone gets a shot of the aircraft with you inside, without you knowing.

For some reason that happens to me quite a lot  Big grin


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RE: Airliners.net's Global Scope

Tue Sep 16, 2008 11:51 am

Wow that DC-2 is awesome! I love the people at the fence line! Good stuff.
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