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More: McDonnell Douglas MD-88
More: Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International (BOS / KBOS)
More: USA - Massachusetts, December 1, 2012
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N968DL (cn 53161/1808) DL 1859 to DTW is taking off from Logan's runway 9 on a gloomy, foggy evening. Periodic snow and rain showers resulted in a high degree of condensation which turned the lights of all the planes into light beams. The position of the wing and the lights on the MD-88 almost make it look like an X-Wing firing its lasers! Crazy day. Never seen anything like that before. [Nikon D700, AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/2.8G ED VR II + AF-S TC-14E II lens]
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A visitor from United States posted Mon October 7, 2013:
Amazing, simply amazing

A visitor from - posted Fri February 1, 2013:
Wow, really lovely! The blackest thing in the photo is the brightest source of light, and that brick-red sky colour makes it fantastically dramatic. Of your many great shots from this vantage point, this one is the most magical.

A visitor from United States posted Thu January 31, 2013:
This is a real eye grabber. It all really fits together.

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Wooow! This is very amazing to be real!!! Ops, this is one more photo taken by Boston Spotters!

A visitor from Canada posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Nice beams!

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Love this shot Tony. The city, the fog, the lights and the aircraft make for an awesome display. Five stars.

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Also love the composition.

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Nice shot Tony, and are you sure that really isn't an X-Wing that has just been lengthened and made for passenger service?

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Love those "Mad Dogs" Douglas aircraft. I will really miss them someday. But the way Douglas planes last, they be around forever.

A visitor from Spain posted Wed January 23, 2013:
I can only say AWESOME.

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Although I've never been to Boston, scenes such as this one make me realize just what I have been missing. Kudos to you, Tony, for such an amazing shot. I've updated my computer wallpaper thanks to you... ;0)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Incredible photo! Love the light shining through the mist/ fog!

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Amazing!
What was the ISO setting?

A visitor from Canada posted Wed January 23, 2013:
I'd been wondering what happened to you BOS guys' night shots. Glad to see a new one!

~Vik

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
WHOA!!! I know I'm not supposed to post one-word comments but this is all I can think of. WHOA!!!!!

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Awesome, Turned out nice Tony. After all, it was worth it to get out there. Sorry that the meet up did not work out. V.

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Outstanding work, PC vote. I miss Boston already! -SKA

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
The most unique and glamorous photo I've ever seen on a.net! Good job!

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
This is one of the best shots I have ever seen, Tony! Simply wow!!!

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2013:
How in the world did you get enough shutter speed to prevent motion blur without introducing a bunch of noise? I see the wide open aperature, but my goodness...that is a great shot! I agree...very much space like!

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Something about BOS shots really speak to me. I really enjoy your work Mr. Printezis!

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Fantastic photo. You've got great photog skills

A visitor from Italy posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Something new on A.net! nice style! :)

A visitor from South Africa posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Amazing! Well done!

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
No comment.

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Simply stunning!

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Good job bro ! Very nice picture

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Fantastic.

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed January 23, 2013:
5 stars. For sure.

A visitor from - posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Wow...reflection of aircraft lights in water...city lights in background....the best

A visitor from Germany posted Wed January 23, 2013:
Logans night shots are amongst the most dramatic and exciting.

A visitor from - posted Tue January 22, 2013:
Tony, this is fantastic! Great use of the conditions! PC for me! See you out there sometime soon. - Oliver

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