Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Fred Seggie - WorldAirImages
    Antonov Design Bureau
    Antonov An-225 Mriya
    Antonov An-225 Mriya
    Antonov An-225 Mriya
    Antonov
    19530503763
    UR-82060
    Glasgow - Prestwick
    Scotland
    United Kingdom
    June 28, 2007
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August 14, 2007
Caption
Departing Prestwick from a wet Runway 13 at 7pm, this aircraft always brings out the Photographers no matter the weather as you can see here.
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Comments (30)

Anonymous
8 years ago
Excellent shot! The spray really adds!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice water effect awesome plane:)really a monster
Anonymous
8 years ago
A very good place for plane-spottin´. T.B.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Amazing photo of this monstrous beast ! Great details,beautiful soft pm light.Congrat's Fred,on this 5-star.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Amazing photo, shows how big this badass jumbo really is!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Like the detail of all the wheels on the landing gear at touchdown!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Just look at those Bogeys,half of the gear is airborne and the other half still on Mother Earth. Excellent shot of a magnificent aircraft, well done.
Anonymous
8 years ago
A very exciting angle to photograph this beast's rotation.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice shot of this monster!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice shot of this monster!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice shot of this monster!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Wow,thats a huge bird out there
Anonymous
8 years ago
Fantastic!!!Very good shot!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Fantastic!!!Very nce shot!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I wish I were their :(
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice...
Anonymous
7 years ago
OMG! I never knew what I am missing!! I would do anything to get this close to this beast at rotation.
Anonymous
7 years ago
This huge aircraft showed the progresss of Russian aviation after the thawing of the "cold" war and is always an eye-popper as it manouvers around an airfield
Anonymous
7 years ago
I think that the Antonov AN-225 Mriya still is the Undisputed King of the Skies and always will be! WOWWW. That is amazing!!!!!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Beautiful Shot, thank you! To the New Zealand poster - The 225 is Ukrainian, not Russian; see the two Ukrainian flags and Ukrainian registration on the aircraft. Also it was built during the cold war. It first flew in December 1988. It was designed to carry the Soviet Buran Orbiter.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Monstrous cruelly!!!!!!!!LANDING GEAR.
Anonymous
6 years ago
The sheer size of this monster airplane, hello! 380, where are you??
Anonymous
6 years ago
Awesome picture
Anonymous
6 years ago
To the UK (and New Zealand) poster:
Well, in fact, An-225 is not "Ukrainian" or "Russian" - it's "Soviet" ;)
Registration at present time isn't canceals that it was "Made in USSR".
Anonymous
6 years ago
Good pic
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great
Anonymous
5 years ago
And they say the A380 is big.....
Anonymous
5 years ago
Oh, yeah! Made in USSR :) Nice shot
Anonymous
4 years ago
What a nice plane!
Anonymous
10 months ago
Amazing aircraft. I can only imagine what the pilots feel when they fly this beast!