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| A visitor from Russian Federation posted Tue May 4, 2010:|
Unique photo. Perhaps, one of top 10s of airliners.net. Thank you, Spencer.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed April 21, 2010:|
What a great picture!
| A visitor from France posted Mon October 5, 2009:|
Amazing !!!! The 747 are superb !!
| A visitor from United States posted Tue October 14, 2008:|
Amazing photo. The comfortable air cushions underneath the 747s are tangible!
| A visitor from Singapore posted Sun November 18, 2007:|
Wow! Great job!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri November 9, 2007:|
Thats an average day at heathrow - we dont have 3 or 4 runways we use one for landing and the other for takeoff. note each plane is 3 miles apart bravo mate.
| A visitor from Germany posted Sat July 14, 2007:|
These are three approaches right???Ive never seen a shot like this! Amazing!
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun May 20, 2007:|
Wow, at first I thought: Three parallel approaches, what airport is this? Amazing to see what a crosswind can do!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 10, 2007:|
There's something in this shot that really emphasises the scale of the 747s. Capturing the water vapour moved by the aircraft turbulence also gives it the sense of movement.
| A visitor from Sweden posted Thu August 10, 2006:|
One of the best I've seen!!!!!
| A visitor from Denmark posted Fri May 5, 2006:|
Great shot Spencer, very original. Nice that you shot all 3 approaches.
| A visitor from Germany posted Wed March 29, 2006:|
Great capture Spencer.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon March 27, 2006:|
A fantastic image
| A visitor from South Africa posted Tue January 17, 2006:|
Fantastic I went on G-BNLI (The aircraft in the middle) in June 2005 nice to see it is doing great :D
| A visitor from Sweden posted Mon January 16, 2006:|
Beautiful image showing nice clouds.
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue December 6, 2005:|
| A visitor from United States posted Sun November 27, 2005:|
This picture should be in every flight student's kit, to help them visualize wake turbulence and how deadly it can be.
| A visitor from Switzerland posted Tue November 22, 2005:|
I've been studying aerodynamic, and so i've been showed many pic by instructors illustrating wake turbulence, but this one is by far the best!