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Picture of the Aerospatiale TH89 Super Puma (AS-332M1) aircraft

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More: Switzerland - Air Force
More: Aerospatiale TH89 Super Puma (AS-332M1)
More: Meiringen (LSMM)
More: Switzerland, October 7, 2009
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A visitor from - posted Sat September 15, 2012:
Amazing catch, 5 stars!

A visitor from Sweden posted Tue January 4, 2011:
This is a work from a very skillful photographer!

A visitor from - posted Fri December 10, 2010:
Super

A visitor from Germany posted Sun January 17, 2010:
One word, three letters: WOW!

A visitor from Brazil posted Fri October 16, 2009:
Muito show parabens!

A visitor from Portugal posted Thu October 15, 2009:
5 Stars! Great photo!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Ander, you deserve more than 5 stars for this!!!

cheers,

Denis

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Wow, beautiful!! (and I used to ski in Meiringen)

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Bravo!,Stas

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Looks like a spinning CD :)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Now thats photography! 5 stars!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Ander,

I applaud you for this shot. To me, an amazing shot. Well done .. more please!

Maurice

A visitor from Spain posted Thu October 15, 2009:
One of the best images on this site !
Javier

A visitor from - posted Thu October 15, 2009:
WOW, this is THE shot! Love that sunlight reflex and slow shutter caption of the rotor blades... 5*

A visitor from Greece posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Wow! How slow did you had to go with your shutter? I still haven't taken a picture with a full rotor disc of an airborne helicopter...

A visitor from Netherlands posted Thu October 15, 2009:
BAEutifullll

A visitor from Spain posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Fantastic shot Ander.

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Hey DJ, Spin that wheel!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu October 15, 2009:
What welcome relief after so many incompetent shots of helicopters with blades 'frozen' by high shutter speeds... Nicely done.

A visitor from Spain posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Simply PERFECT!
Not easy to capture this one Ander... My Congratulations and respect!

A visitor from - posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Nice slow shutter work geezer.

A visitor from Croatia posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Looks like it has a big dish over the fuselage :)

A visitor from Greece posted Thu October 15, 2009:
Flying saucers do exist!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed October 14, 2009:
What a striking photo Ander - seeing that rotor blur on the thumbnail makes you very keen to open up the image. Great photography skills. All the best, Paul Markman

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