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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue September 24, 2013:|
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu July 19, 2012:|
Klm 747!the one and only queen of the skies.
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat February 11, 2012:|
The photo is so good that it makes me want to beat a conspiracy theorist to death.
| A visitor from India posted Mon October 31, 2011:|
My knowledge with photography is miniscule. But excellent pic I say my friend.
| A visitor from - posted Mon October 31, 2011:|
Sad that Pilots can't see the artwork they leave behind them all the times! Nice photo - doubleC MW
| A visitor from Myanmar posted Thu October 27, 2011:|
So so amazing photo..... i like it very much..
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 5, 2011:|
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat July 16, 2011:|
The best!This is it 747..klm..those trails..in the air where she belongs.
| A visitor from - posted Sat June 18, 2011:|
At the right place at the right time.Perfect!!!
| A visitor from Mauritius posted Sun May 8, 2011:|
This plane have N2O
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat November 20, 2010:|
Dreaming to catch moment like this one!what did you feel when you saw this moment?perhaps WOW?!))
| A visitor from - posted Fri September 24, 2010:|
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu August 26, 2010:|
This baby means business,floor it piet i forgot my sandwiches.Best pic on this site.
| A visitor from - posted Tue June 22, 2010:|
Yeah...great shot...I love chemtrails too....
| A visitor from - posted Fri June 4, 2010:|
Superb photo & the photo shooter
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon May 10, 2010:|
Amazing Shot! It's a shame that 'Wilbur Wright' was replaced a few months after this stunning shot.
| A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Fri April 9, 2010:|
The Best photograph i have ever seen in my aviation career.....Joel Andrews
| A visitor from India posted Mon February 8, 2010:|
Great pic excellent.
| A visitor from - posted Thu January 28, 2010:|
Beauty,that's aviation life!
| A visitor from - posted Sun December 13, 2009:|
Oh my god!!!, this photo is the best!!! excellent work dude, you rock
| A visitor from United States posted Fri October 23, 2009:|
Great picture 747 and the contrail its the best picture that i have seen of a 747
| A visitor from Norway posted Tue October 20, 2009:|
The guys on kabul airport did forget to add Jet A1, they had paraffin instead
| A visitor from Denmark posted Sun October 18, 2009:|
| A visitor from - posted Wed July 29, 2009:|
Amazing photo but not thet clear!
| A visitor from United States posted Wed June 10, 2009:|
:o i have never seen anything like it
| A visitor from Sweden posted Sat June 6, 2009:|
The contrail looks great
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu May 7, 2009:|
| A visitor from - posted Mon March 23, 2009:|
Jaw dropping picture. Stunning!!!
| A visitor from - posted Mon March 16, 2009:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu March 5, 2009:|
This is very cool
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue January 27, 2009:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu January 22, 2009:|
This is amazing i love the cloouds underneath the plane
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu January 8, 2009:|
Such a beautil and elegant plane
a true swann
| A visitor from Brazil posted Fri January 2, 2009:|
The KLM Boeing 747 Cargo had to be "flying very slowly" (laughter). It is a beautiful image and gives an idea to have the speed he was flying.
| A visitor from - posted Thu November 20, 2008:|
Cool..this is what aviation's art
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue November 18, 2008:|
Gives the feeling of how wonderful the sky, is and flying
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon November 3, 2008:|
Dispersion clouds behind the wings are just incredible!
| A visitor from Saudi Arabia posted Fri October 3, 2008:|
This plain is great and the photo carries a visible watermark because one can see the rainbow clearly love it.
| A visitor from Jamaica posted Wed September 10, 2008:|
Beautiful image, now that's aviation art.
| A visitor from Thailand posted Fri September 5, 2008:|
| A visitor from Germany posted Wed August 27, 2008:|
Amazing trail, beautiful shine off the plane!
| A visitor from Belarus posted Sun August 24, 2008:|
Oh! They're smoking! ))
| A visitor from Sweden posted Tue July 8, 2008:|
He had the camera ready when most non photographers had taken down the curtains.
| A visitor from - posted Mon June 16, 2008:|
| A visitor from Australia posted Wed May 14, 2008:|
| A visitor from Germany posted Wed March 26, 2008:|
Wonderfull shot and a very nice illustration of how the wing tip vorices roll up the contrails port & starboard. Shear magic!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon March 10, 2008:|
"I reckon a bad fuel mixture in all four engines Sir"
| A visitor from Spain posted Sun March 9, 2008:|
| A visitor from United States posted Wed March 5, 2008:|
Very good pic.Hard to get thats for sure.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue March 4, 2008:|
I woulda rated this picture much higher but some nitwit ruined it with graffiti!
| A visitor from United States posted Tue November 20, 2007:|
I wonder from what position the photographer took this photo because it's very good!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue November 6, 2007:|
I have tried to obtain the same from the ground
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu October 25, 2007:|
It is the biggest trail i have ever seen.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue September 25, 2007:|
Excelent Picture..! Its a non plus ultra..! By the way sometimes I see the Sky from my home and I see Planes making this...Contrails or trails, Domestics or international Flighs.., What means this when they pass over a determined area or Country, What means this..? He is Saluting or Something...?
Carlos J. Valles (From Virginia)
| A visitor from Brazil posted Thu August 23, 2007:|
It´s almost impossible to describe the beauty of this photograph. It can make people dream, even those not interested in aviation. For a 747 fanatic like me, who never flew in one, it gives a unique perspective, a sense of endearment. The best airplane ever made on its element, caught on a truly magical moment, like a child`s dream, the dream of flight, and the majesty of the QUEEN. 747`S forever!!!!
| A visitor from Australia posted Sun August 19, 2007:|
Absolutley Perfect Photo. Angle, lighting and positioning-perfect. Just like the plane.
Long Live The Queen Of The Skies.
| A visitor from Poland posted Thu August 16, 2007:|
At first it look like if the plane was damaged...
And then the rainbow...
| A visitor from United States posted Sun July 8, 2007:|
Wow..if you look closely you can see where the fortex is visible in the engine 1 and 2 contrail.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon July 2, 2007:|
The rainbow between the contrails with the jetstream looping the clouds around it. It just looks awesome.
| A visitor from Belgium posted Sat June 30, 2007:|
This is just plain great... got no words for it
| A visitor from United States posted Sat June 30, 2007:|
Deserves 5* and you are 6 most popular photo of all! excellent
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed June 20, 2007:|
The thing that makes this photo so great for me is that it captures both the calmness of that place above the clouds that I love, but also the speed and power of the aircraft.
| A visitor from Taiwan posted Wed June 20, 2007:|
Great shot on perfect timing!!
| A visitor from - posted Wed June 20, 2007:|
Puts contrails into perspective. It's different to see them this close up, as opposed from 30,000 feet beneath.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue June 19, 2007:|
Has it all- beautiful picture, interesting subject, difficulty in taking the shot. Way to go!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon May 28, 2007:|
The picture is good in timing and composition. It is quite difficult to photograph a passing aircraft and this result is great.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat May 26, 2007:|
This shot is awesome! I have never seen contrails like this before, amazing!
| A visitor from Saudi Arabia posted Thu May 24, 2007:|
Great shot dude ;)
| A visitor from - posted Mon May 21, 2007:|
I am crying because this picture is just......I am speechless.
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun May 13, 2007:|
5 star pic! Breathtaking!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri April 27, 2007:|
I like this shot because it is clear and above the plane showing the cloads
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat April 21, 2007:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue March 27, 2007:|
Fantastic ! i like it
| A visitor from France posted Sat December 23, 2006:|
Beutiful photo !
| A visitor from United States posted Fri November 3, 2006:|
Really neat to see the long twin contrail forming from being at such an altitude!
| A visitor from Australia posted Tue October 24, 2006:|
What a great demonstration of wingtip vortices, made visible by the engine exhaust
| A visitor from Singapore posted Sun October 15, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Sat October 7, 2006:|
It has a nice background and it is a nice airplane.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Wed September 27, 2006:|
| A visitor from Mexico posted Thu September 21, 2006:|
Spectacular picture¡¡¡¡ only the best. Excelent friend
| A visitor from United States posted Fri September 8, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu August 10, 2006:|
Just wondering.....how did u take this photo? what plane were u in above the 747? just wondering?
| A visitor from Japan posted Thu July 20, 2006:|
Dave from scotland
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon July 17, 2006:|
Engine #2 is burning too rich.
| A visitor from Peru posted Wed July 12, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Sun July 9, 2006:|
| A visitor from Australia posted Fri June 23, 2006:|
Countless times as a kid I would look up to see the big white lines being drawn across the sky... wondering in awe what it would look like if i was up there... now i know.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon June 12, 2006:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun May 28, 2006:|
This is super
| A visitor from United States posted Thu May 25, 2006:|
Those are big!!!!!!
| A visitor from Pakistan posted Tue May 23, 2006:|
Fascinating,with presence of mind and perfect timing
| A visitor from United States posted Tue May 16, 2006:|
Great photo!!! I'v never seen anything con out like that before.
| A visitor from - posted Sat May 13, 2006:|
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue April 18, 2006:|
Beautiful con trails!
| A visitor from Brazil posted Thu April 13, 2006:|
Wow, Extremely Amazing Picture! Congratulations to the Photographer
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri March 31, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Wed March 22, 2006:|
It demonstrates very well what you are trying to get across to us.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed March 22, 2006:|
As another posted commented, yes the plane is making its own clouds in a way, and by doing so there is a dissucssion on A.Net about how the clouds are contributing, in a small part, to global warming.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 20, 2006:|
This is an excellent photo for several reasons, the subject has great positioning, the focus is good, the color is wonderful, and the overall composition is superb!!!!!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Wed March 15, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Tue March 14, 2006:|
WOW!! One summer back in the '90s, I got invited to spend some time in the jumpseat of a BA 777 flying LHR-DXB, and I saw exactly this going in the opposite direction somewhere over Iran. I always regretted not having a camera on hand at the time, but the image has remained in my mind for almost 10 years - Thanks Josef!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 13, 2006:|
Beautiful angle, beautiful position... BEAUTIFUL SHOT!
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun March 12, 2006:|
Looks like the warp effect of Star Trek´s USS Enterprise ;o) very great shot !
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed March 8, 2006:|
Very clear shot!
| A visitor from India posted Tue February 28, 2006:|
It shows the power of the speed
| A visitor from Germany posted Mon February 27, 2006:|
This picture is Perfact!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Sat February 25, 2006:|
Visually exciting. Unusual subject. Just plain cool.
| A visitor from Canada posted Fri February 24, 2006:|
The awesome power of the 747 is clearly visible in this picture.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri February 24, 2006:|
Gorgeous, makes you wonder how cool it would be to have side view mirrors as a passenger!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue February 21, 2006:|
Kool this is wonderful
| A visitor from Hungary posted Fri February 10, 2006:|
I have no words to discribe this!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri February 3, 2006:|
The Worlds most beautiful airplane leaving her influence on the sky.
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue January 31, 2006:|
Someone mentioned air pollution. I suggest using google and searching contrails. It's NOT pollution, it's the plane making it's own 'clouds'.
| A visitor from Slovakia posted Sat January 28, 2006:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri January 27, 2006:|
| A visitor from Austria posted Thu January 26, 2006:|
Its only great
| A visitor from Sweden posted Thu January 26, 2006:|
Massive contrails. Great shot.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon January 23, 2006:|
Where's the plane? oh wait there it is! silly me
| A visitor from Colombia posted Sun January 22, 2006:|
No matter what everyone says and whatever the model may be, the 747 is the best plane ever built and will be the unique for ever
| A visitor from Brazil posted Sat January 21, 2006:|
Wow very good
| A visitor from Finland posted Sat January 21, 2006:|
There's no such thing as air pollution! :D
| A visitor from Italy posted Fri January 20, 2006:|
Wow really good
| A visitor from Italy posted Fri January 20, 2006:|
Verry good image!!
| A visitor from Sweden posted Tue January 10, 2006:|
I just love this photo.
| A visitor from Australia posted Mon January 2, 2006:|
Rare Pic Good on you!!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri December 30, 2005:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu December 22, 2005:|
I LOVE the trails and the heavenly light rainbow forming in the middle...absolutly incredible...
| A visitor from United States posted Sun December 18, 2005:|
This pic really makes you think about the magic of flying. Great photo, keep it up!
| A visitor from - posted Sun December 18, 2005:|
Wow amazing. Best pic on the web site
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri December 16, 2005:|
| A visitor from Brazil posted Wed December 14, 2005:|
You can just see how the vortexes on wing tips turn the vapour around... This is aerodynamics for real. And the photo is marvelous too.
| A visitor from United States posted Sun December 4, 2005:|
This is an excellent photo. I always love watching the exhaust coming out of the planes at 30,000 feet. It is very entertaining!
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun December 4, 2005:|
Great picture - how was it shot??
| A visitor from - posted Sun November 27, 2005:|
Wow! what a great perspective. I wonder where the photographer was?
| A visitor from Canada posted Thu November 24, 2005:|
Absolutely amazing. The contrails, the rainbow inbetween, just, wow.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon November 14, 2005:|
Great shot! and where were u when u made this shot????????????
| A visitor from Canada posted Thu November 10, 2005:|
Man and nature coming together to form something beautiful. it elevates the spirit.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun November 6, 2005:|
Just Beautiful, Can only be KLM ;)!
| A visitor from Sweden posted Fri October 14, 2005:|
The photo has a great atmosphere to it. Somewhat surreal. It doesn't get better
| A visitor from Australia posted Sun October 2, 2005:|
Marvelous photo!! THUMBS UP
| A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sun October 2, 2005:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu September 29, 2005:|
Well its, better than the pictures of high altitude planes ive taken (0). its a PERFECT picture
| A visitor from Japan posted Thu September 15, 2005:|
Many people like beaches, others like crashes. I like to see the beauty and the power of a bird in flight.
The soft bed of clouds contrasting the turbulent clouds created by the engines, the sun shining on the back of the airplane.
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 9, 2005:|
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 9, 2005:|
Oh, the photo is really good
| A visitor from Germany posted Sat September 3, 2005:|
Looks like surrealistic reality
| A visitor from Poland posted Tue August 30, 2005:|
This clouds look awesome!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue August 30, 2005:|
At the right time on the right place, beautiful
| A visitor from Austria posted Fri August 26, 2005:|
only good, no, its PERFECT
| A visitor from United States posted Wed August 24, 2005:|
It's just excellent!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu November 25, 2004:|
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