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| A visitor from - posted Tue May 14, 2013:|
The pilots of the two planes might wave their hands to each other as two bus drivers do when they meet on duty... As both, or shall we say five, of the crew members are based in Taipei Intl.
| A visitor from India posted Sat May 26, 2012:|
Hi Fred ! ... Hey Joe !
Just an usual day at RVSM.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat February 4, 2012:|
| A visitor from - posted Fri December 30, 2011:|
To the British Visitor, TCAS won't go crazy. Since no one is climbing or descending, TCAS will just show 2 normal dots.
| A visitor from Ireland posted Fri October 8, 2010:|
| A visitor from France posted Sun January 10, 2010:|
Great but just one question : where is the b747 contrail ?
| A visitor from Slovakia posted Sun October 5, 2008:|
Good job! One would never believe that it is possible to catch a moment like this. Excelent one!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri March 21, 2008:|
Wow, TCAS must have been going crazy. Great shot!
| A visitor from Norway posted Thu January 31, 2008:|
Stunning,personally,it's a bit scare. fantastic captured. the skies seem cold and lonely, the colors of the planes dont give any warmer feeling either,contrary, scary moments. goosebumps, marvellous pic, though.
| A visitor from - posted Tue January 29, 2008:|
I' m tryig to find out where you've been to catch this photo...
| A visitor from Germany posted Tue January 8, 2008:|
The big bingo: be in the air, have a cam ready --- see a situation like this and catch it...
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon December 17, 2007:|
Awsome, Atc must have watched them like a hawk!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri August 3, 2007:|
Wow! three aircraft flying so near. A 5 STAR photo.
| A visitor from Israel posted Fri May 4, 2007:|
Amazing to catch two planes together like that! rare!
| A visitor from United States posted Thu December 21, 2006:|
Like two strangers passing in the night.
| A visitor from Mexico posted Tue December 19, 2006:|
Great picture, a very unusual view... just amazing!
| A visitor from Netherlands posted Sun October 1, 2006:|
5 Stars, personally for me, this is without a doubt the most impressive timed shot i've ever seen.
| A visitor from United States posted Fri September 8, 2006:|
Close and Clear
| A visitor from United States posted Thu August 24, 2006:|
A340: "What's up?" 744: "Yo."
| A visitor from Brazil posted Mon August 21, 2006:|
This picture shows clearly what "airways" mean !
| A visitor from United States posted Sun August 13, 2006:|
I'm just trying to figure out where you took the photo from... :\
| A visitor from Brazil posted Wed August 9, 2006:|
Amazing photo! wish i had that luck!
| A visitor from United States posted Tue July 18, 2006:|
| A visitor from Finland posted Fri June 23, 2006:|
¨no comments are possbile,simply a great shot!
| A visitor from United States posted Thu June 22, 2006:|
Well you need to be very smart & a bit lucky in order to become an airline pilot like Bailey! and be able to take outstanding photos like this one!
Regards from SoCal.
| A visitor from United States posted Sun April 16, 2006:|
Man, these are great shots. How do get them! You must be one very lucky man!
| A visitor from Germany posted Thu December 15, 2005:|
That's the best shot I have ever see!!!!! A wonderful picture
| A visitor from Israel posted Wed November 2, 2005:|
Wow! Amazing photo, two aircrafts fly to opposite direction great work Bailey!!! Definitely 5 stars
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun October 30, 2005:|
Wow! Unbelievable shot - more than great! Thank You
| A visitor from Canada posted Wed August 31, 2005:|
Wow! Absolutely Stunning, That Took Some Great Timing.
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