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Picture of the Socata TBM-700 aircraft

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More: Nuremberg (NUE / EDDN)
More: Germany, February 3, 2011
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D-FRAS first picture of this new aircraft type. It is a double wing with both prop and jet engine ;-) [Nikon D200; Nikon 2.8/80-200]
More: Mathias Henig
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A visitor from United States posted Fri May 31, 2013:
I LOVE IT!!! Where do I send my deposit? I've been waiting for a trans-continental STOL for a long time and you have finally found it!

A visitor from Venezuela posted Fri March 4, 2011:
Nice and crispy picture, you should be also a good joker! hahaha

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 4, 2011:
Whoa! Now this is really imagination at work!!

A visitor from - posted Fri March 4, 2011:
Brilliant shot,great position, the new hybrid aircraft ;-)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Great positioning! Gotta love shots like this.

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Well....................it's a great picture...........of a very strange looking plane; something tells me that this is probably going to be the only "copy" of this "thing" we will ever see !

A visitor from France posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Some rare and good humour on airliners...Oh and by the way the picture is great:)

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 3, 2011:
An amazing aircraft and an exquiste photo! I've never seen anything like this before...

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Excellent, excellent composition and lighting. but man that thing would have some funky airflow around it ;)

A visitor from - posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Thats what i call a trippy and an amazing picture!! Great Shot

A visitor from Germany posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Nice try! I believed it for a second (but just one) ;)

A visitor from - posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Nice! Almost got me on that!

A visitor from - posted Thu March 3, 2011:
LOL, what the heck IS that? :-)) Thank you for the photo, Mathias. :-)

A visitor from - posted Thu March 3, 2011:
I think it's called the Jackalope.

A visitor from Finland posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Absolutely fantastic alignment! It is almost hard to tell where one plane starts and the other ends.

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 3, 2011:
GA, corporate planes, and you can make for some awesome shots!

A visitor from Italy posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Lol, the best so far

A visitor from - posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Very original composition!! 5 stars

A visitor from France posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Cool ! One moment I trust it !

A visitor from France posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Great night shot!

A visitor from - posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Great! Technology is always evolving! Only Tilt-rotor in the far backdrop is missing!

A visitor from France posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Funny shot

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Cool. Three engines, but not three holer!

A visitor from Greece posted Thu March 3, 2011:
Brilliant!

A visitor from United States posted Wed March 2, 2011:
Good shot but you are such a jolly joker telling us this is a new aircraft type. Ha Ha.

A visitor from - posted Wed March 2, 2011:
Transformers reloaded! :)

A visitor from Australia posted Wed March 2, 2011:
You had me at first ;)
Lovely colours.

- Caleb

A visitor from - posted Wed March 2, 2011:
Brilliant creativity and imagination, keep it up! - Sunandan

A visitor from - posted Wed March 2, 2011:
Isn't that an airliner behind the Socata? The jet engines seem to be mounted on the airliner than the Socata... Great lighting anyways...

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