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810 (cn I1011) Two F-5s high over the Magellan Strait, showing that even highly trained and professional pilots never forget how much fun flying is! This happens to be my picture number 4,000 on A.net, so a big Thank You to all who have helped to make this possible, in particular to my family and friends, the A.net crew and all the visitors who have been clicking on my pictures [Canon 7D + EF 24-105 mm f/4L USM].
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A visitor from Chile posted Tue March 25, 2014:
Hi All, many thanks for the nice comments! I have also had quite a few questions regarding the authenticity of the picture. Well, I took it so I know it’s not fake! In any case, just look at the pilot of the further away F-5, he is looking very concentrated on the other (nearer) plane, and he is starting to bank away after he closed in as much as he felt it was still safe. You can also compare the lighting on the planes, it is all consistent (see sunlight on bottom of fuel tank on inverted F-5). Just remember, this was carefully planned and briefed with all involved, thus this is not a last-minute stunt! Those pilots are highly trained professionals, they do not take unnecessary risks.

A visitor from - posted Mon September 3, 2012:
Unique shot!!!
Congratulations!
Ognyan

A visitor from - posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Fantastic shot, well done

A visitor from - posted Sun September 2, 2012:
And it was a surprise. It is an incredible photo to celebrate the 4.000.
Alejandro T.

A visitor from Portugal posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Awesome shot :) congrats for this achievement!

A visitor from Chile posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Amazing composition to achieve this piece of art Andrés, greetings. Blaise.

A visitor from Spain posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Well done Andrés !

A visitor from - posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Amazing picture Andres and congratulations for your 4000! Gatto,

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Excellent shot !

A Top Gun scene comes to mind ..

.. and what where you doing up there?
... - International Communications ...

A visitor from Canada posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Nice Picture, congrats for yours 4000 pic and thanks for share whit us. Quego Norrea

A visitor from Belgium posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Great shot, Andres! Congrats on your 4000th upload! Best regards, Walter

A visitor from - posted Sun September 2, 2012:
MiG-28s! no-one's been this close before.

A visitor from - posted Sun September 2, 2012:
Cool! Reminds me of that scene from Top Gun where Maverick "gives him the bird." :)

A visitor from Luxembourg posted Sat September 1, 2012:
Great job, very well done, Andrés! -Thierry

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