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| A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri October 29, 2010:|
Reminds me of the cover of KLM's 1993 yearbook "The World of KLM" only there were no wrinkles there. And no PH-BFU yet either, furthest was BFR :)
| A visitor from - posted Sun November 1, 2009:|
I would say that they are permanent because when I do a walk around for the Cessna 172 (flying school) one of the things we look for is 'wrinkles' along the tail section, which indicate a hard landing. although the scale that we are talking about here is somewhat larger!!
| A visitor from United States posted Sun September 6, 2009:|
Its so clean!!!
| A visitor from Australia posted Sun April 8, 2007:|
Great timing and detail in this pic to catch the burning rubber and still get clear focus on fuselage
| A visitor from United States posted Sat March 3, 2007:|
I have got to say that this is a very beautiful shot. The photographer had perfect timing on this one. My hats off to you. Great job.
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu April 20, 2006:|
Holy Shit!! Must have been a rather hard touch-down. Well, I guess this wrinkles are permanent, as you can see on some different photos in an appropriate (smooth) angel. So I would say these wrinkles are permanent, if not, then the hull had suffered a major damamge on that touch-down.