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| A visitor from - posted Sat March 31, 2012:|
| A visitor from Germany posted Mon March 28, 2011:|
You're really one of the best photographers on here. It's amazing! I've never even seen shots like these ones, and in all your photos, everything's perfect: The lighting, the angle, the weather, cloud formations... This is absolutely amazing!
Thank you for sharing and making my day!
| A visitor from - posted Mon April 20, 2009:|
Love it !!! I like the spray behind her. The only bad thing is that you put the water mark in the middle. 5/5
| A visitor from - posted Sat December 20, 2008:|
Man, her landing lights are so bright... And the wet runway, plus the nasty wind that forces her to be lined up...
| A visitor from Ireland posted Tue October 14, 2008:|
The sky really demonstrates the weather pattern at the airport and the cross winds, captures the look of the nasty evening
| A visitor from Ireland posted Fri July 4, 2008:|
Cool that iberia named a plane after gaudi
| A visitor from Canada posted Sat February 9, 2008:|
The crosswind correction, the lighting, the clouds in the background, the wet tarmac, the lights of the "to position" aircraft in the steam of the jet blast, and the reflection of the A346's skin all makes this picture sink you into the perfect moment without any effort.
| A visitor from United States posted Wed January 23, 2008:|
I can just feel the wing flex of this beast at rotation, great job!
| A visitor from Sweden posted Mon November 19, 2007:|
Oh Kai Tak:)
| A visitor from Singapore posted Tue October 16, 2007:|
The water makes the picture special!
| A visitor from Malaysia posted Sat October 6, 2007:|
Shows the sheer power of the a346
| A visitor from Belgium posted Mon December 18, 2006:|
Lights and details are superb! good job!
| A visitor from Egypt posted Fri October 6, 2006:|
Wow , amazing weather and time great photo
| A visitor from Spain posted Mon September 25, 2006:|
The whole feeling of this photo is amazing!
| A visitor from Denmark posted Wed October 5, 2005:|
Wow, this is supercool. what a sky, what a plane and what an angle!