Aviation Photo #2058556: Boeing 777-35R/ER - Jet Airways


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Vishal Jolapara
    Jet Airways
    Boeing 777-35R/ER
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing 777-300
    Boeing
    35158
    637
    VT-JEB
    Delhi - Indira Gandhi International (Palam)
    India
    August 7, 2008
  • 270

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#2058556
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February 02, 2012
Caption
Big Angry 9W 121 Heavy inbound from London Heathrow with a fair bit of Condensation build-up on her wings & checkout the size of those Vortices! I was lucky to have the storm clouds for background as otherwise their visual impact would'nt have been this dramtic.
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Comments (21)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Very nice!
-K
Anonymous
4 years ago
As you mention Those are SOME Vortices!!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wicked! Nice one, Vishal!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Spectacular photograph! I don't see many photographs from spotters in India, but when I do, they're stunners like this! Well done Vishal. Absolutely stunning!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great shot Vishal and congrats on another PCA. -HGabor
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow! Vishal you are indeed talented. Great Shot!
Anonymous
4 years ago
This is a 5-star picture, and I don't hand them out just like that. Excellent photo, excellent timing, excellent detail.
Anonymous
4 years ago
My god! One of the most astonishing shots on Airliners.net ever!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Well done, Vishal. Excellent capture. I always enjoy your work! Simon
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wow just stunning! It's like lightning bolts coming out of the wings!!!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Awesome shot of the BEAST! The Big Triple is one badass twin. BOEING FTW! Look at those vortices, they could tear a small plane to shreds.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Outstanding capture!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Dont have words to appreciate. they just fall short

Sid
Anonymous
4 years ago
Physics at work - those vortices are consequence of what makes the "heavier than air" machine fly. No vortices, no flight. No flight no vortices. But atmospheric conditions have to be right for them to be visible, and more, the dramatic white on grey is consequence of the photographer's art.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Impressive capture of the Vortices!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Great capture of the mammoth vortices, Vishal! Good to see you back to Civvies..
- Rutvij
Anonymous
4 years ago
A rare combination of symmetry, timing and lighting. this is one for not just the artwork but also for physics lessons :-)
Anonymous
3 years ago
The interesting part of this photo is the fact that the vortices are coming out of the tip of the flaps and not the wing.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Excellent bokeh !!! looks like lightning bolts...
Anonymous
3 years ago
Beautiful approach with moist air, great shot! ... 5* [Mrvsk]
Anonymous
3 years ago
Ooooooohhhhhhhh it`s cute beautiful