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| A visitor from Venezuela posted Mon January 18, 2016:|
Can you call this the Airbus A-380 Armada? Well, I would call it that way. Awesome picture!
| A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sat January 10, 2015:|
| A visitor from - posted Sun July 14, 2013:|
| A visitor from France posted Fri March 15, 2013:|
As already said by many others, this picture is just perfect ! Congratulation, the light, the cloud, the frame et the A380's, all are here in their right place ! Amazing !
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun January 20, 2013:|
Impressively all these fat types in the sky
| A visitor from - posted Tue May 15, 2012:|
You do not see this every day!!
| A visitor from United States posted Mon February 20, 2012:|
How heavy these giant birds are!
| A visitor from - posted Thu November 24, 2011:|
Erm... caution, slight wake turbulence. Cool photo :)
| A visitor from United States posted Wed October 19, 2011:|
Wow, this looks just like warplanes flying in formation, except these are *much* bigger! I love how you framed it; three of them in front of the cloud and the leader in the front.
| A visitor from Spain posted Fri October 7, 2011:|
| A visitor from - posted Sun July 31, 2011:|
The computer might be swearing TCAS warning. Great pic!
| A visitor from Portugal posted Fri July 29, 2011:|
4 in 1...I want it too! Congratulations!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri July 29, 2011:|
The sky looks huge.
| A visitor from - posted Fri July 29, 2011:|
Wow!! Nice flypast! Like bombers of WWII! :)
| A visitor from El Salvador posted Sun March 6, 2011:|
Wonderfull pic... love it!! =D
| A visitor from Ireland posted Wed February 9, 2011:|
Not a pic you see every day.
| A visitor from United States posted Tue February 8, 2011:|
I don't know what lens you chose to use, but it sure was the right one. (luckily!) About 10mm longer and we would only have had 3 planes in frame.
A true masterpiece! My hat is off!
| A visitor from France posted Thu February 3, 2011:|
You just have two thousands tons on this single pic!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu November 18, 2010:|
4 big shots
| A visitor from Austria posted Fri February 5, 2010:|
| A visitor from Australia posted Sat October 24, 2009:|
The most amazing thing i've ever seen
| A visitor from - posted Sun April 12, 2009:|
Fascinating ,absolute five stars!
| A visitor from Portugal posted Tue February 24, 2009:|
What a sight! congratulations Laurent! lifetime photo
| A visitor from Puerto Rico posted Sun January 18, 2009:|
Love this picture!!!!
| A visitor from Sweden posted Mon November 10, 2008:|
| A visitor from Mexico posted Tue October 28, 2008:|
The A380 squadron! T.B.
| A visitor from Finland posted Tue May 6, 2008:|
What a sight!
| A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Wed April 2, 2008:|
It's so confusing!!!
here is 4 A380s....so why all of this delays??
| A visitor from United States posted Thu March 13, 2008:|
Truly unique shot!
| A visitor from Brazil posted Wed February 20, 2008:|
Awesome! Four giants, master result of an impressive engineering work!
| A visitor from United States posted Thu December 13, 2007:|
Almost looks like those old 4-8 ship b-36 peacemaker formations from the 60s... huge, loud and unavoidably eye catching...
| A visitor from Malaysia posted Wed November 14, 2007:|
I agree, the wake turbulence must be astounding!
| A visitor from United States posted Fri August 24, 2007:|
Awesome. when does one ever get to witness, let alone capture four a380s flying in formation?
| A visitor from France posted Fri April 27, 2007:|
Just an incredible pic!! Congrats and thank you for sharing a such great aviation moment!
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue March 13, 2007:|
WOW!! five stars for four GIGANTS
| A visitor from United States posted Fri February 2, 2007:|
Wow, i would'nt want to be a bird, minding my own business going through that wake turbulance
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
Just think 2000 people would be in the sky if those planes were full!
| A visitor from Ireland posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
A unique moment !! There are very few chances that this will happen again ! Nice one !
| A visitor from France posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
Wow! What an impressive and uncommon view!
| A visitor from Saint Kitts And Nevis posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
Can you Imagine the wake turbulence???!!!
| A visitor from Australia posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
| A visitor from Norway posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
Stunning! What do you think is the space between them?
| A visitor from Czech Republic posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
Great! 4 giants in one shot, congrats :)
| A visitor from United States posted Sun January 28, 2007:|
That's a lot of aircraft in one shot. The magnificent sky adds drama to the magnificent isplay.
| A visitor from Brazil posted Sat January 27, 2007:|
Impressive, frightful, wonderful, perfect, fantastic. Five Stars.
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