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| A visitor from Portugal posted Tue July 6, 2010:|
What a stunning Shot! :)
Congratulations, it's really amazing! :)
| A visitor from Poland posted Sat June 12, 2010:|
Unique, fresh and very, very good.
| A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Sun May 9, 2010:|
Very nice shot!
| A visitor from Sweden posted Sat August 15, 2009:|
Best wallpaper ever:) Amazing shoot!
| A visitor from Spain posted Mon May 4, 2009:|
Congratulations! This one, definitely, is a non usual one!
| A visitor from - posted Thu April 30, 2009:|
Barry, Got one exactly like this one. Same airplane,same pilot,same pic. We are brave soles! "Hope this works". Lets do it again. Jim R
| A visitor from - posted Thu March 26, 2009:|
Been there in a 680E, would love to do it again. Thanks for the memories.
| A visitor from - posted Thu February 12, 2009:|
Very well done!
| A visitor from United States posted Thu January 29, 2009:|
Love the reflection!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu January 15, 2009:|
Wow, that is just beautiful. The whole idea of this site, aviation and the art of photography captured in one shot, that's simply amazing. Very well done, keep up the good work!
| A visitor from United States posted Mon January 5, 2009:|
Very cool photo Barry, Very cool.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon June 16, 2008:|
Barry, you are a genius! I've never seen such a unique shot. The idea, composition, angle, colors - everything is just great! Every aspect of this photograph is worth much more than 5 stars! Thanks for sharing this mastepriece of art.
| A visitor from - posted Fri May 2, 2008:|
This shot is off the scale, and I don't say that often. Just the level of imagination, combined with the result.. leaves me speechless. And you think all great angles have been thought of and produced several time? Think again! Well done Sir and thanks for sharing.
| A visitor from Canada posted Thu October 4, 2007:|
Amazing image. Simply BRILLIANT. The fact that you've captured a prop in motion, while airborne, and have a rather nice scene reflected...wow.
| A visitor from Singapore posted Sat March 17, 2007:|
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri January 12, 2007:|
A five star picture. Very original and with great quality. Awsome Barry !
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed September 27, 2006:|
The idea is unique!
| A visitor from France posted Sun July 23, 2006:|
How's my hair ?....
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon May 29, 2006:|
Thats what i call a photo!
| A visitor from United States posted Sun February 26, 2006:|
| A visitor from United States posted Tue January 17, 2006:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat January 14, 2006:|
The best angle I have ever seen!
| A visitor from Portugal posted Fri January 13, 2006:|
Mirror on the air
| A visitor from Australia posted Fri January 13, 2006:|
| A visitor from Hong Kong posted Mon January 9, 2006:|
Such a cool shot
i like it :)
| A visitor from United States posted Sun September 4, 2005:|
This shot is unique in that I have never seen a reflection of an aircraft in the propeller spinner. The prop spinner "fills the frame" thus making this picture engaging, and because of the curvature of the spinner it has a surreal effect. Undoubtedly, the photographer bracketed these shots by varying the shutter in order to not "stop" the prop with a shutter speed that was too fast, or with a shutter speed that was too slow which would have eliminated the blur of the turning propeller. Depth of field was perfect for the detailed effect of sharing the exact perspective of the person looking out the window of the aircraft. Thanks for a beautiful picture.
| A visitor from Germany posted Sat August 27, 2005:|
Great colors, nice idea and well done
| A visitor from Iceland posted Sat August 27, 2005:|
Wow! How did he get that shot?
| A visitor from United States posted Sat August 27, 2005:|
I love Commanders!!!!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri August 26, 2005:|
Great recognition of a possible great photo opportunity. Amazing detail considering everything is only a reflection.
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue August 23, 2005:|
This is a more than awesome and really unusal shot from a great aircraft! Great picture!!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon August 22, 2005:|
Very original angle, well done!