Aviation Photo #1026705: Boeing 777-206/ER - KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines


Photo 4,260 of 4,263 by Steve Brimley
  • Tim de Groot - AirTeamImages
    KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
    Boeing 777-206/ER
    Boeing 777-200
    Boeing 777-200
    Boeing
    32705
    493
    PH-BQH
    QH-008
    Amsterdam - Schiphol
    Netherlands
    March 2006
  • 378

Photo Details

Photo ID
#1026705
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239,176
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Basic Type
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Accepted
April 02, 2006
Caption
In my opinion the ultimate GE-90 photo. The fanblades seem to be goldplated, and are visible enough for you to count each and every one of them.
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1024px
Height
768px

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Comments (57)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Simply stunning
Anonymous
10 years ago
Amazing and clean!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Anyone need to make a salad? the ultimate vegtable slicer!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I count 22! Very nice shot, a whole new perspective.
Anonymous
10 years ago
22 blades :)
Anonymous
10 years ago
I see 22:) Imagine them suddenly start running - you can probably say only: "it sucks!"
Anonymous
10 years ago
FANtastic!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Stunning. You never seem to be thinking when all these planes fly over us, that they are such an advanced way of machinery. This is literally what keeps 300 odd people alive. Stunning photo.
Anonymous
10 years ago
A truly beautiful picture. Shows how impressive this is.
Anonymous
10 years ago
That is impressive.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wonderfull light effect on the most beautifull engine. Congrats for such a photo.

Stefan van Hierden
Anonymous
10 years ago
Beautiful shot. What can I say? Perfect light, great crop, impressive angle, and beautiful subject - you had it all.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Superb! Gotta love those GE engines
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow amazing
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow! Thats Amazing!
Anonymous
10 years ago
If iĀ“m not mistakinĀ“, there are 22 fanblades in this GE-90. ;) T.B.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice picture, but is it a GE90? The blades dont have that curve to them.
Anonymous
10 years ago
It is a real treat to watch. Simply stunning. Keep up the great work.
Anonymous
10 years ago
That is awesome!!!! I love the light on the fan blades making them look very pretty.
Anonymous
10 years ago
That is awesome!!!! I love the light on the fan blades making them look very pretty.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Indeed... I'm speechless. What a picture. Should belong in a museum for industrial art!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Beautiful, stunning and absolutely worthy of five stars. Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to see this!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Absolutely top class the GE-90's are my favourite engines I can't wait to see one up close and personal soon!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Excellent photo
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice photo, but is it really the GE90? The fanblades do not have the S-shape visible in other GE90 photos...
Anonymous
10 years ago
To those asking if this is really GE90. The answer is YES! This is GE90-94B, which has less curvature to the fan blades. GE90-115B (772LR,-3ER) are what you guys are remembering
Anonymous
10 years ago
Thats a really cool shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is art.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice stuff - those GE90...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Those 777 sure have some huge engines O.O
Anonymous
10 years ago
777's sure have big engines!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great shot, Tim!! You took a possibly unique chance to take this photo.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Golden engine!!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
A giant blow drier. Love those curves on the blades.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Nice photo !!! Lovely !
Anonymous
10 years ago
Cool
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice shot - but the R-R Trent is still my favourite engine. :)
Anonymous
9 years ago
Tim, Very certain the ultimate GE-90 photograph. Just amazing.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Amazing Shot, and in fact the blades of this terrific engine are on display in the museum of modern art.
Anonymous
9 years ago
Nice shot!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
The detail of this shot truly makes you appreciate the engineering and design of this aero-engine
Anonymous
8 years ago
You can see how there is less than a millimeter clearance between the blades and the cowling.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I like the close-in shot.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Man, That is HUGE!
Anonymous
7 years ago
That a Beaut!
Anonymous
7 years ago
OMG wow
Anonymous
7 years ago
These are the largest engines and one of the safest engines in the world.
Anonymous
7 years ago
I'll always watch you.....great photo i give 5 stars
Anonymous
6 years ago
Stunning engine
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nicely captured and detail is awsome. This is going on my desktop hehe.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Best technoloy picture ive ever seen...
Anonymous
6 years ago
Imagine it on full throttle
Anonymous
6 years ago
Beautiful color...especially golden light reflected by the engine.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Yes, best GE-90 photo ever!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Looks like fan blades made of gold :)
Anonymous
4 years ago
The photographer was right about being able to count all fan blades. The way the light hits the engines give this a copper plated look which is magnificent.
Anonymous
3 years ago
I count 22 blades