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| A visitor from - posted Fri January 20, 2012:|
What a high quality for a ground shooting, very beautiful. Amazing focal : 2400mm !!!!
| A visitor from Germany posted Fri August 19, 2011:|
Very clear shot !
| A visitor from Poland posted Fri June 17, 2011:|
Excellent quality, great camera and perhaps ultra bright lens.
| A visitor from - posted Sat April 30, 2011:|
The detail pictured of the aircraft knowing that it was shot from Ground Level, makes it 5 Stars for me.
| A visitor from Poland posted Fri April 22, 2011:|
I love this photo, it's just excellent! Congratulations!!!
| A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Thu April 7, 2011:|
Awesome quality! Hope to see more telescopic shots.
| A visitor from Poland posted Wed April 6, 2011:|
Air Asia X is affiliated with the Virgin Group, who has 20% shares. And the flag is adorned on the other winglet to promote the British (VSG) engagement with the airline. On the other side is Malaysian flag. Great shot btw!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed April 6, 2011:|
Was also wondering about the union jack... Thought that perhaps this bird was ex-Virgin, but slight bit of research points out this bird is actually ex-Air Canada... so no idea, perhaps in order to promote LHR flights by feelgood/welcome theming...
| A visitor from - posted Wed April 6, 2011:|
What's so scary about a human taking a picture of an airplane flying? Drama at its best....
| A visitor from Australia posted Wed April 6, 2011:|
Thats seems to be quite scary...
| A visitor from Netherlands Antilles posted Wed April 6, 2011:|
That indeed is extreme spotting!!! I wonder how much a 2400mm lense costs. Poland seems to be heaven for extreme spotting!!! Very nice photo Andrzej!!! Roger C.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed April 6, 2011:|
Very nice shot. Why is it bearing the Union Jack?
| A visitor from Sweden posted Tue April 5, 2011:|
WOW...amazingly sharp for taken from ground and I like the contrast very much. Well done!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue April 5, 2011:|
Amazingly detailed shot. Just beautiful. How do you get in so close?
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