Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Nicola Maraspini
    Italy - Army
    NHI NH-90 TTH
    NHI NH-90
    NHI NH-90
    NHI
    1008
    MM81519
    EI-202
    Vigna di Valle - Seaplane
    Italy
    June 1, 2008
  • 100

Photo Details

Photo ID
#2077566
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69,465
Photographer
Airline
Generic Type
Basic Type
Manufacturer
MSN
Country
Accepted
March 10, 2012
Caption
.... A few moments before impact! Also see photo ID 1472066. Airshow ALI SUL LAGO 2008, Vigna di Valle, Rome.
Width
1024px
Height
688px

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Comments (20)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow, impressive but what's happening in this picture actually?
Anonymous
4 years ago
In the prefect moment! in the right place! perfect photo
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great picture of a very sad moment.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Seconds before crash... (See photo id: 1472066)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Few seconds before crash....Co-pilot died. RIP
Anonymous
4 years ago
Intereseting photo. A more explanatory remark would have been nice.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Fantastic action photo, missing some remark.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Oh my god! Moments before crash!?
Anonymous
4 years ago
What happens here?
Anonymous
4 years ago
WOw..just wow...R.I.P to the dead pilot.
Anonymous
4 years ago
WoW look how hard the rotors are working to pull that out, sadly to no avail. A well captured image just as the impact is about to load the airframe... a sad moment.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Does it float?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Amazing shot but unfortunately the pilot lost his life in this crash. Even the most moderns machines are susceptible to errors.
Leandro Rech Furlan
Anonymous
4 years ago
This is an excellent photo picturing a unique moment in aviation. It needs a comment though.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow
Anonymous
4 years ago
High Speed low Drag Deployment 4*'s
Anonymous
4 years ago
This is a really fantastic photo, but can someone please explain what we are seeing here?
Anonymous
4 years ago
Rest in Peace my brother
Anonymous
4 years ago
Too bad you didn't get the splash
Anonymous
4 years ago
The NH90 was performing a looping, CTP misjudged the height, unfortunately the FADEC didn't allowed the CPT to recover it.