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Aircraft Taken at
More: KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
More: Boeing 747-4...
More: Sapporo - New Chitose / Chitose (CTS / RJCC / RJCJ)
More: Japan, February 2001
Remark Photographer
Reverse thrust - gradually, slowing down.
More: Kazutaka Yagi
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Photo added: March 4, 2002
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A visitor from - posted Wed September 21, 2011:
The picture just goes to show that KLM does not care for snow. They will get you there.

A visitor from Spain posted Mon June 13, 2011:
The monster emerging from the mist. Superb!!

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri July 25, 2008:
All that snow , and the bird still lands ..fantastic

A visitor from Ireland posted Tue July 1, 2008:
Amazing, wings look huge. looks like the 747 is wearing a cloak of snow.

A visitor from Germany posted Mon May 26, 2008:
This photo is compelling and convincing - and it is aesthetically satisfying. It draws its power from the contrast between the snow, which came down in the shape of tiny, lightweight snowflakes, and the plane, which also came out of the skies and, weighing dozens and dozens of tons, landed safely on the ground. It makes me think about the contrast between the power of nature and the power of the human intellect trying to come to grips with it.
The camera angle is well-chosen as it gives the snow a "gestalt" in the foreground and shows it not just as a white surface. Also, as a result of the camera angle, snow makes up more than one third of the picture. And what is central to the message is at the centre of the photo: a specimen of human ingenuity, radiating power and beauty. This photo gives me great confidence in aviation. Thank you, Kazutaka Yagi!

Charlie in Berlin

A visitor from United States posted Mon March 10, 2008:
I am totally awestruck by this photo.
Truly amazing.

A visitor from Italy posted Mon January 7, 2008:
Maybe the best photo in airliners.net data base

A visitor from United States posted Wed June 27, 2007:
Cool Stuff with a lot of courage and effort

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed January 10, 2007:
Cool

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri January 5, 2007:
By far the best winter photo taken,blue comming out of cloud of snow

A visitor from Sweden posted Mon November 27, 2006:
One word, AMAZING! :|

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 31, 2006:
Wow,its cool.

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 20, 2005:
Very interesting , I did not know that planes could land with such heavy snow.
Beautiful picture.

A visitor from Canada posted Mon October 17, 2005:
Sure hope those engines are ok

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