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| A visitor from United States posted Wed February 13, 2008:|
Unique shot. well done
| A visitor from United States posted Sat October 13, 2007:|
I love Air New Zealand and especially love this shot.
| A visitor from Germany posted Sat July 14, 2007:|
Why does the kids are doing other things! Somebody should teach them to have respect against the Queen of the Skies!!!
***** Great shot by the way!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat April 21, 2007:|
I wish my school were there!
| A visitor from United States posted Mon March 6, 2006:|
The truely amazing part is that there isn't any traffic on the 405
| A visitor from United States posted Fri December 2, 2005:|
| A visitor from United States posted Thu September 22, 2005:|
Gives a great idea of the size of the most successful aircraft of our times :)
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri September 2, 2005:|
Very nice and particular
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue August 23, 2005:|
This photo is amazing !!!!!
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