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More: Asiana Airlines
More: Boeing 747-48EM
More: Gwangju (Kwangju / K-57) (KWJ / RKJJ)
More: South Korea, March 23, 2006
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HL74** When I was pressing the shutter... The Asiana's 744 suddenly came into my sight.... My level was Fl340 and I guess that the 744 was maitaining FL310.
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A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Wed October 29, 2008:
"great shot!".

A visitor from Mauritius posted Mon March 24, 2008:
In the wright place at the wright time, outstanding.

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Thu March 22, 2007:
Impressive picture that I ever seen.

A visitor from Sweden posted Tue September 19, 2006:
WOW! Just Great!!

A visitor from United States posted Thu August 3, 2006:
Cool view!!

A visitor from Germany posted Fri April 28, 2006:
Really capturing the 3-dimensional dimension of flying!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Thu April 27, 2006:
So they have the ultimative observation gallery there!
Simply perfect.

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sun April 23, 2006:
GREAT PICTURE such a great photographer. I love this pic

A visitor from United States posted Fri April 21, 2006:
Excellent work, more images like these should be sought by photographers, full marks!!!

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Tue April 18, 2006:
Well.. actually Kwang-ju is an airforce base.. you were right.. but there are many civilian aircraft bound for Seoul, Je-ju, Busan, etc... I've seen B737, B767 and A300 at Kwangju airport.. if you want to visit Kwang ju airport's webpage.. here is the address!!
http://gwangju.airport.co.kr/eng/index.jsp
anyway thank you for taking such a nice picture!!

A visitor from United States posted Mon April 17, 2006:
Thanks for taking picture of my hometown airport.
that's where i grew up.

A visitor from Portugal posted Mon April 17, 2006:
This is an Air force Base, by the way....., anyway there is no space to park any civilian aircraft.
Note all the revetments, bunkers and rapid exits..........

A visitor from Mexico posted Sun April 16, 2006:
Amazing photo. I like it. T.B.

A visitor from India posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Nowhere a better contrast than this...

A visitor from United States posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Great Shot! To answer the other visitor's question, 744 is short for 747-400. Other model designations would include 747-300 =743, 767-200 =762,777-200 =772, etc.etc.

A visitor from United States posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Great mix of airport and aircraft, very rare and unusual view!

A visitor from United States posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Breathtaking

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Wow... I can't believe this picture's taken from where I live.. What a Picture.. Just perfect..
-Dennis Kim

A visitor from New Zealand posted Sat April 15, 2006:
What brilliant photos you have on this website, Asiana,I regard them as a good airline.

A visitor from Finland posted Sat April 15, 2006:
I like this photo :)

A visitor from United States posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Asiana, a premier airline...S. Korea great memories of morning calm land.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Incredibly nice picture, too bad about the blur in the bottom. Still a very impressive pic.

A visitor from Brazil posted Sat April 15, 2006:
People usually refer to the 747 as a 744 because the aircfart spotted is a Boeing 747-400. The same thing happens with all the other Boeing or Airbus aicrafts (for example, a A340-600 can also be nammed a A346).
By the way, nice shot!

A visitor from Australia posted Sat April 15, 2006:
Great photo. One in a million. To Canadian visitor: 747-400s are sometimes referred to as 744s is because of the model and series. '74' is 747, and '4' is for -400 (any variant). It also works with 741, 742, 743 and all the Boeing models - 733, 788 etc.

A visitor from Canada posted Sat April 15, 2006:
WOW!! Exellent shot. You're lucky you were able to get this photo :)

A visitor from France posted Sat April 15, 2006:
One shot in a million, you're a lucky man !! nice work

A visitor from Canada posted Fri April 14, 2006:
Awesome pic! Does anyone know why people refer to the 747 usually as 744??? Is it because of the type of 747 model it is?

A visitor from Ireland posted Fri April 14, 2006:
WOw, excellent photo...

A visitor from - posted Fri April 14, 2006:
The 747 flew into your camera's field of vision right as you were pressing the shutter? Lucky AND prepared!

A visitor from United States posted Fri April 14, 2006:
Opportunity, meet preparation! Well done.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri April 14, 2006:
Quality!!

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Fri April 14, 2006:
WOW itis very beautiful picture

A visitor from India posted Fri April 14, 2006:
Photo has good background.I was trying to get one like this,but could not get.May be I was not attentive. Catching such moments requires skill. It's simply great.
M L Shinde. Kolhapur. India

A visitor from Australia posted Fri April 14, 2006:
Great!!!!!5 str
you are so lucky jeff:-)
Qiu cheng

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