Aviation Photo #1797595 Boeing 757-223 - American Airlines

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    José Vicente Borjas - HN Spotters
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    Tegucigalpa - Toncontin (Teniente Coronel Hernan Acosta Mejia)
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    October 3, 2010
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Comments (37)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Cool shot
Anonymous
7 years ago
Spectacular!
It's even scary,looks like we're on the sights of a bird of prey.
Tocontin finals is awesome.Requires cold blooded pilots.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow! You feel like ducking out of the way! Excellent capture.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Simply amazing.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Gorgeous
Anonymous
7 years ago
Instant classic!
Anonymous
7 years ago
How do we know you didn't just tilt the camera? 5 stars just in case you didn't! Very dramatic shot!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Impressive shot !
Anonymous
7 years ago
Whoa! Any closer and you'd be in there with the pilots. Taking the 757 out for a spot of hedge trimming? Brilliant photo :)
Anonymous
7 years ago
Stunning pic! Gracias for sharing!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Cool photo. Makes a really nice change from all the "side-on" photos we keep seeing. Well done.
Big B.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Aaaghh!!! Pull up! Pull up!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Now THAT is what i call a great composition! Great catch!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Awesome! This B757 is all up in your face!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
WOW guys ! Even I live at SXM since 18 years, that's the first time in five years on a.net that one picture make me feel like this !!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Fantastic action shot!
You can be shure he didn't tilt the camera just looking the landscape horizont reflection on the nose
Anonymous
7 years ago
"How do we know you didn't just tilt the camera?" You can see the airplanes position relative to the horizon as a reflection on the 757.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great angle! Reminiscent of a flaring duck.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Of course you can be shure he did't tilt the camera. You can see the copilot position. He is vertical, in angle with the plane. Fantastic shot!!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Just great!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
So when are we gonna see 757's converted into crop dusters?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Quoting visitor below "How do we know you didn't just tilt the camera?" Well... ever seen a TGU approach?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Absolutely fantastic! Nice great angle!
Anonymous
7 years ago
DUCK!!!!!!!!!!!! Theres a 757 heading right for us!!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great angle on this bird, Saaawwweeetttt!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
I've been to TGU and seen this first hand. What you've captured is dead on. An amazing shot...and of course amazing airline.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice !!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Super pics. !
Anonymous
7 years ago
Looks like the FO is holding the panel, just enjoying the final leg of the flight! 5***** Alerit!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Excellent Guarito. Great picture. ¡Salud!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great shot. It's my new desktop wallpaper at work!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Simply excelent....thanks for share your pics with us!
Anonymous
6 years ago
The more I look at this pic, the more I realize how it's amazing!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Don't lie to me...look me in the eyes...!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome shot!!! Toncontin has a dangerous approach!
Anonymous
3 years ago
Amazing!!

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