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More: Antonov Design Bureau
More: Antonov An-225 Mriya
More: Kiev - Gostomel (Antonov) (UKKM)
More: Ukraine, June 9, 2006
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UR-82060 (cn 19530503763) Who said "As big as a cloud" describing Mriya? Nothing compares to those gorgeous nature's creatures - even this "poor little bird" :)
More: Oleg V. Belyakov - AirTeamImages
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A visitor from - posted Sun March 31, 2013:
Unique picture of the unique Ukrainian aircraft=)
This aircraft was designed by the Antonov Design Bureau in Kyiv. The An-225's name, Mriya (

A visitor from United States posted Wed September 5, 2012:
Majestic bird.

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 5, 2012:
Awesomу shot - wonder how it as taken.

A visitor from United States posted Wed June 6, 2012:
"Little Big Man" in the realm of the Gods.

A visitor from - posted Wed May 23, 2012:
Just perfect!

A visitor from United States posted Fri December 16, 2011:
The best of 496 pictures posted of the 225. Has to the most pictures of one single aircraft in the database.

A visitor from - posted Sun October 2, 2011:
Great composition of the an-225 against clouds.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri September 23, 2011:
Just so litlle in front of these big clouds!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri September 23, 2011:
Great aircraft, are they still busy with the second 225?

A visitor from - posted Fri August 26, 2011:
So peaceful. This is one of the rare ones where the aircraft is utterly incidental. The backdrop is the star and anything flying, from a seagull to a Cessna would have had the same effect. Thanks so much for how this made me feel.

A visitor from - posted Sun July 3, 2011:
Looks like a little insect in front of these clouds.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat May 7, 2011:
Goes to show how even the greatest things technology can produce can't compare to the divine works of God.

A visitor from United States posted Fri April 29, 2011:
One word sums up the entire picture - Divine!
5 Stars is actually less to rate this photo. Great job!

A visitor from Canada posted Mon March 28, 2011:
Great background; captures the contrast between technology and nature

A visitor from France posted Wed December 1, 2010:
Looks unreal... like a "dream"

A visitor from United States posted Thu September 30, 2010:
Impressive!!

A visitor from Ukraine posted Mon August 23, 2010:
Absolutely correctly written!

A visitor from - posted Sun August 22, 2010:
Just Amazing :)

A visitor from - posted Tue July 27, 2010:
Greetings from Ireland and thank you for the most beautiful photo of Mriya that I have ever seen.

A visitor from United States posted Wed June 23, 2010:
It shouts to me of Almighty God, our Creator!

A visitor from France posted Sun April 25, 2010:
It is fantastic!!Thank you very much!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu April 22, 2010:
Amazing, the skies opened up for the 225

A visitor from Chile posted Mon April 12, 2010:
Just inspiring

A visitor from - posted Mon March 29, 2010:
A real aircraft has engine number three on the left side!

Five Stars!

A visitor from - posted Sat March 27, 2010:
Magic!

A visitor from United States posted Sat March 27, 2010:
Your eyes are drawn to every beautiful detail !Congrat's Oleg,a 5-star from me.

A visitor from - posted Sat March 27, 2010:
Wonderful Shot!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat March 27, 2010:
A380? What A380? Fabulous picture of Mriya!! Well done :-)

A visitor from - posted Sat March 27, 2010:
It's like a beautiful painting!

A visitor from Germany posted Sat March 27, 2010:
You is the best of the best!!!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri March 26, 2010:
That's a mriyaesque scene if I ever saw one.

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
The Antonov in the center ties the whole thing together. It wouldn't be the same picture with any other plane!

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
...and I must say looking at this beautiful shot is really a "Mriya" come true. Excellent job, Oleg!

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
No comment! 5 stars.

A visitor from Sweden posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Beautiful exposure of the clouds. Good work!

A visitor from Italy posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Absolutely breathtaking. 5 stars are not enough...

A visitor from Canada posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Wow! What an awesome shot!

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Wow. Love it, love it, love it! Good to see the screeners are finally allowing more art shots like this. Not too long ago this shot would have been rejected for "bad distance". Good to see that A.net is starting to get a clue about great shots like this one. Thanks for sharing it. - Brett

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Even the Mriya looks small compared to the amazing nature

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Fri March 26, 2010:
WooooooW! 50* for this fantastic shot...
Cheers buddy, ;)

A visitor from India posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Dramatic Composition. Very Well Done!
- Rutvij Talavdekar IAP

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Fantastic photo !

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 26, 2010:
WOW!! What a miracle!!! and no watermark!!! Thank you so much oleg for sharing this art with us :)

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri March 26, 2010:
The Dream plane flying

A visitor from Poland posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Vodka burner establishing final:)

A visitor from Slovenia posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Out-stan-ding!!!

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Great picture. Just great. June pre-thunderstorm weather and AN-225.

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Situation and composition, as a previous commenter said. I tell photography students that an image should tell a story -- and this one surely does!

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Wow. Oleg, this is great photo! Awesome! Anton CHELTEAM.

A visitor from Australia posted Fri March 26, 2010:
It really is a 'dream'

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Woooooooow
my desktop background in an instant
Love this beast in action

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 26, 2010:
This is the best An-225 Mriya photo I've ever seen!

A visitor from Germany posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Great!!!

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Situation, composition.... and russian aircraft!

A visitor from France posted Fri March 26, 2010:
"Mriya" = The dream... the name is not usurped for this beautiful picture !!! Congratulation !

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Reminds me of a bumble-bee (beautiful creatures!!)

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Thats a truly epic shot! You are so right, mother nature creates miracles every single day, as it takes years for us to engineer something tiny as an airplane...

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Waaaaauw! Is this for real???

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri March 26, 2010:
This is mighty, unreal. Really different.

A visitor from - posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Great shot - Regards, Nishant Deshpande

A visitor from Sweden posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Wow dramatic backdrop for the worlds most amazing aircraft! Johnny Kristensen

A visitor from Germany posted Fri March 26, 2010:
Shot of the century

A visitor from Canada posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Speeechless

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Unbelieveable to think how small we really are up against nature...even the biggest of them all. fantastical shot.

A visitor from Colombia posted Thu March 25, 2010:
5 stars are not enough. It'll be my wallpaper for a long time.

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 25, 2010:
When I first saw the thumbnail I thought I saw a Pan American Boeing Clipper! -rsa 3-25-2010

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Wow.

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 25, 2010:
This is definitely one of the most incredible pictures of an AN-225 I've ever seen! Well done!

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 25, 2010:
What a turn from the Mriya! Great moment captured here :)

A visitor from Australia posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Amazing photo of the giant beast!

A visitor from - posted Thu March 25, 2010:
I love how the shot makes the An-225 look like a Pitts S-1!

A visitor from - posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Gorgeous shot! Excellently done.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Simply stunning.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Beautiful

A visitor from Sweden posted Thu March 25, 2010:
Amazing

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