Aviation Photo #1196543: Boeing 757-330 - Condor (Thomas Cook)


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Michael Fritz
    Condor (Thomas Cook)
    Boeing 757-330
    Boeing 757-300
    Boeing 757-300
    Boeing
    29022
    926
    D-ABOM
    Munich (- Franz Josef Strauss)
    Germany
    March 28, 2007
  • 218

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#1196543
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April 08, 2007
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Nice collection of Condor-aircraft awaiting their next flights. [Canon EOS 20D with Canon EF 100-400L IS f/4-5.6]
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Comments (17)

Anonymous
9 years ago
I've seen a number of line-up shots over the years, but this one works really well, compositionally.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Photographers choice!
stunning shot, well done!
Anonymous
9 years ago
A great composition, congrats!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Fabulous shot! one of the most fitting line-ups i have seen... 5*
Anonymous
9 years ago
What a beauty's! I flow with those 757-300 a lot. I like this composition. Great foto. :)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Poor little LH Atr but it stands bright in the middle of those big jets!
Anonymous
8 years ago
The poor little ATR stands tough in with those jets!
Anonymous
8 years ago
It's like a game of "Which one of these doesn't belong?"
Five stars!
Anonymous
8 years ago
No, the 'Which one doesn't belong here' would be racism. ;) Diversity all the way!!!!
Anonymous
8 years ago
Nice shot. 5*.
But it is a Dash8 in the background.
Anonymous
8 years ago
Non conforming plane. Nice. Stand strong, bro! Woo!
Anonymous
8 years ago
I thinks it's a Dash 8 not an ATR! Great shot
Anonymous
7 years ago
Quite a composition. Five stars.
Anonymous
7 years ago
For your information, it's not an ATR, it's a Q400 ;) but nevertheless, beautiful picture!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Those 3 757 needs to eat more D:
Anonymous
4 years ago
Love those birds =)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Excellent line up there! Would be nice if Thomas Cook had kept the old Condor yellow. Go Q400!