Aviation Photo #2067809: Boeing 747-406M - KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines


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  • Ronald J Stella
    KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
    Boeing 747-406M
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing
    25086
    850
    PH-BFI
    FI-030
    Boston - General Edward Lawrence Logan International
    Massachusetts
    USA
    February 7, 2012
  • 227

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#2067809
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February 19, 2012
Caption
KLM flies over Boston at 38,000 FT, enroute AMS to JFK, passing by the Full Moon aka the Snow Moon.
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1024px
Height
768px

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Comments (14)

Anonymous
4 years ago
Easy PC from me Ron, the detail on the moon is incredible. - Oliver
Anonymous
4 years ago
Nice catch! ~Tamas
Anonymous
4 years ago
Brillant shot!
The rendering of the Moon is just perfect... and then the 747 crossing it definitely makes the shot.
congrats for such an astonishing shot! ;)

Matteo
Anonymous
4 years ago
Amazing Ron!
-Lars
Anonymous
4 years ago
You might say one has the chance to get a shot like this once in a blue moon, or in this case a white one....;)
Anonymous
4 years ago
Exceptional quality, considering her high altitude.

Kudos Mr. Stella, you're the best of Boston when it comes to aviation photography!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Amazing perspective. Really gives you a sense of how small we are up there doesn't it.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Fly me to the Moon and let me play among the stars.
Anonymous
4 years ago
This is one of the most beautiful photographs I have seen on this site.
Anonymous
4 years ago
Nice moon shot Ron. One of my favorite subjects!
-Matt
Anonymous
4 years ago
Wonderful! My daughter really loves this photo. Cheers - Paul Markman
Anonymous
4 years ago
Damn...it's been awhile since I've seen a great moonshot. This one certainly qualifies!

~Vik
Anonymous
4 years ago
KLM's approaching Tranquility Base!!
Anonymous
1 year ago
Wow, this could've been in "E.T."