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| A visitor from United States posted Wed January 28, 2009:|
This would make a great puzzle! I'd love to see others from this photo shoot.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun September 21, 2008:|
Like this one very much. I like the juxtaposition of the different aircraft, and the contrast of the night with all the ground lights.
| A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat May 24, 2008:|
Colour! Did I say Colour ?
Rgds from ZRH
| A visitor from United States posted Sun August 19, 2007:|
I really like this shot especially at and and the flag in the back is a memorial because flight 11 which was the first plane to hit the towers left from that gate
| A visitor from United States posted Tue November 8, 2005:|
The crispness of the color in this photograph, together with the almost surreal, space-like quality of the runway lights in the background, and the incredible motion images from the MD80 taxiing in and the waving American flag on the A300 jetbridge are incredible. An amazing photo, one of the most amazing I've ever seen!
| A visitor from United States posted Mon November 7, 2005:|
Almost surreal how everything in this shot has come together. Very nice composition, I love how the AA red, white, and blue blend together on the MD-80.
| A visitor from Ukraine posted Mon November 7, 2005:|
Interesting effect, nice shoot!
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