Aviation Photo #0620199: Boeing 747-4R7F/SCD - Cargolux


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Planecatcher
    Cargolux
    Boeing 747-4R7F/SCD
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing
    30400
    1235
    LX-RCV
    Luxembourg (- Findel)
    Luxembourg
    July 6, 2004
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#0620199
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July 13, 2004
Caption
Ever seen a B747 squash a Cessna 172? [Nikon D100]
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Comments (33)

Anonymous
11 years ago
The contrast of the 747 and the Cessna is great. Its a real action shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great picture!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Cool shot! I wonder what the Cessna pilots are thinking!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Well. That's normal in LUX. You are very close to the action. Everytime I fly in LUX there's a big bird landing or departing ahead
Anonymous
10 years ago
Size matters!
Anonymous
10 years ago
What a shot! T.B.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Lux is a really nice place to fly in, the airport is not so big but there happens always something
Anonymous
9 years ago
What does the Cessna pilot think in this moment??? Very COOL!
Anonymous
9 years ago
I would not like to be in that Cessna!Great shot from the photographer.Does his ATC radio work??!!lol.
Anonymous
9 years ago
David and Golias!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Awesome shot. great size comparison.
Anonymous
9 years ago
More importaintly how is the Cessna pilot gonna clean the brown spot on the seat?
Anonymous
9 years ago
LUX is one of the busiest cargo airports and it has a lot of Cessnas and Piper... You see that daily, but perfectly captured in this case!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I would love to be the cessna pilot, he has the best view of that 747 landing
Anonymous
8 years ago
A very nice shot
Anonymous
8 years ago
"Do you hear something that sounds like a 747?"
Anonymous
7 years ago
I think the 172 weights about a piece of the 747's flap!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Damn it! i told you i heard something to starboard!! with the cessna in motion blur and the 747 in focus,it looks as though the cessna's just proceeding on along........doh de dohh....
Anonymous
6 years ago
"Cleared for takeoff, caution wake turbulence..."
Anonymous
6 years ago
Size matters. Nobody will ever convince me that it wouldn't. ;) If I had been in the Cessna and would see the 744 coming into my direction, I think I would ruin my pants. Pretty impressiv but scary.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Do you see what im seeing Captian
Anonymous
6 years ago
Lima x-ray two eight mike, hold short runway two-four for the next 12 minutes due to heavy 74 landing.
when you recieve take off clearance, caution EXTREME wake turbulence
Anonymous
6 years ago
Its kind of scary because it looks like the 747 is going to hit the small little plane
Anonymous
6 years ago
When 172 was hit by a 744F, it can be considered as a bird strike.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Amazing 5*****
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice & rare shot
Anonymous
5 years ago
The Cessna looks way to big to be behind the 744. ??
Anonymous
5 years ago
I love watching airplanes takeoff and land, but I think this is a little close for comfort!
Anonymous
5 years ago
One engine of the Boeing 747 equals the size of our lil baby Cessna...
Anonymous
4 years ago
"Caution Wake Turbulence..."
Anonymous
4 years ago
As I look at this more, I wonder if the 747 is the foreground and the 172 is behind it (relative to the photographer). Am I seeing that correctly or are my eyes tricking me?
Anonymous
3 years ago
From what I can gather from Google Earth, the Cessna is short of 06 on G and the 747 is landing long behind it. The runway isn't visible because it is at a slightly higher elevation.
Anonymous
2 years ago
Great example of telescopic compression. The Cessna is plenty far away, but the use of telescopic lens compresses background with foreground causing the illusion of the 172 being right up against the heavy.