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| A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue September 28, 2010:|
To my fellow visitor from HK: Indeed, and this can be noted on quite a lot of other photo's too, some of which even lack the landing lights and engine detail this shot has, so it's even impossible to confirm direction. AMS for the wind!
| A visitor from Hong Kong posted Thu February 12, 2009:|
There is an illusion here. If you just focus on the outline of the plane, it could be facing north-west or north-east, but if you look at the words on the body of the plane, it faces north-east.
| A visitor from United States posted Sat November 15, 2008:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 16, 2007:|
A well taken image with a nice backdrop a one in a million chance
| A visitor from India posted Thu May 31, 2007:|
Once in a lifetime shot!!bravo!!
| A visitor from Austria posted Wed May 30, 2007:|
It is moments like this that make aircraft spotting worthwhile. I can understand your enthusiasm, Mathias, and the result is worth each and every of the five stars. Isn't it fascinating, that - despite being taken at sunset and backlit - the image clearly shows the Aer Lingus titles glowing in the sun? W.