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Picture of the De Havilland Canada CC-115 Buffalo (DHC-5) aircraft

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More: De Havilland Canada CC-115 Buffalo (DHC-5)
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More: Canada - British Columbia, May 27, 2007
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115456 (cn 10) Very nice vortices, I love it
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A visitor from - posted Sun February 10, 2008:
Beautifull

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 25, 2007:
I really like your eye. I clicked by accident on the button to see "more by this photographer" but when the photos came up I loved them all. I like the action recorded by the head on shots. I hope someday you can take a picture of ME flying.

A visitor from Canada posted Sat September 8, 2007:
Eye catching

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed July 25, 2007:
What a great picture. The contrast of colours tied with the wonderful effects of the blade-tip vortices is amazing. This is now my new desktop background :o)

A visitor from Poland posted Wed July 4, 2007:
Like two vortexes just opened near the plane!

A visitor from Canada posted Tue June 26, 2007:
Brilliant Capture!

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed June 6, 2007:
Wow....great effects.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed June 6, 2007:
Great image. Proves that not so nice weather can have stunning effects. Thanks for supporting Airliners.net.

A visitor from United States posted Wed June 6, 2007:
This is totally sweet! I love how you can see from the lengthening space between vortices that the plane is accelerating. Love it!

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