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More: United Airlines
More: Boeing 757-222
More: San Francisco - International (SFO / KSFO)
More: USA - California, August 15, 2004
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N509UA (cn 24763/284) With LH 744 D-ABVE. The two planes appear to be touching! The 757 is on final for 28L while the 747 is for 28R. The runways are 750 ft apart, so there is still plenty of room between them. Incidentally, Lufthansa 455 is seen here returning to SFO due to an oil leak and eventual shutdown of the number 2 engine. Note rudder is deflected to the right compensating for the failed engine on the left side.
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A visitor from - posted Tue November 19, 2013:
Great Shot!!!
UA: Brother, follow me
LH: Yeah, wait up!
(Rated 5***** as well)

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat October 19, 2013:
Aircraft having smalltalk (or maybe discussing questions of life?), holding hands in the air... I think I don't have to go see Disney's 'Planes' now anymore, having seen the real deal! ;)

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 6, 2012:
Incredible! Good observation regarding the rudder.

A visitor from - posted Fri August 3, 2012:
Awesome--Sadiq

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat June 30, 2012:
One of the best aviation photos I've ever seen!

A visitor from Indonesia posted Thu May 24, 2012:
Wowww,, really stunning photo

A visitor from Indonesia posted Wed May 23, 2012:
Wow this is a good photo! looks like friendly!

A visitor from Mauritius posted Sat April 7, 2012:
Nice visual effect, really looks like they are in contact.

A visitor from United States posted Mon February 13, 2012:
Wow!!!!!! INCREDIBLE SHOT!!!!!!!

A visitor from - posted Sat November 26, 2011:
Amazing Shot!

A visitor from United States posted Tue November 1, 2011:
It looks like they're holding hands on the way down about to land! :)

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 22, 2011:
Looks like my FSX AI traffic...Awesome shot!

A visitor from - posted Sun October 2, 2011:
Awesome! It looks like they share a wing.

A visitor from Turkey posted Tue August 9, 2011:
Great scene

A visitor from United States posted Sun August 7, 2011:
The closeness and capture is amazing,it looks like no room for error..

A visitor from France posted Wed June 29, 2011:
Incredible by the way the lufthansa 747 is wondurful.

A visitor from United States posted Thu May 19, 2011:
Ah, the magical effect of a zoom lens at work.

A visitor from - posted Fri May 6, 2011:
The aircraft looks like Mother and Father.Awesome!

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 17, 2011:
And coming in to the home stretch, it's United ahead by a nose, Lufthansa making a move on the outside. They're neck and neck, it looks like it'll be a photo finish, folks....

A visitor from United States posted Wed March 9, 2011:
It almost looks like they are connected! How long do you have to stand and wait to capture something like this?

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 4, 2011:
My Boeing Ferrari is better than your Boeing Mustang!!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Fri February 18, 2011:
Unbelieveable!

A visitor from - posted Sat January 8, 2011:
I'm watching for a long time this incredible situation ,undoubtedly the focal lenght of telephoto lens does its part , and although it is explained that they are landing on two different tracks , I cannot imagine the real route they are.

Ciao Riccardo

A visitor from Sweden posted Sat December 25, 2010:
Star Alliance teamwork

A visitor from - posted Thu December 16, 2010:
Cute!

A visitor from United States posted Mon December 13, 2010:
This such a cool photo - cheers!

A visitor from - posted Mon November 15, 2010:
Amazing shot...looks like 757 is lending a shoulder to its brother following an injury :D

A visitor from Australia posted Thu October 14, 2010:
The United 757 seems to be helping the Lufty 744 descend =)

A visitor from - posted Fri September 24, 2010:
Terrific

A visitor from Australia posted Wed September 8, 2010:
Just amazing and what perfect timing Ben, thank you for shareing your fantastic work with us..

A visitor from - posted Sat August 21, 2010:
This is an awesome picture

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed August 18, 2010:
Bizarre it looks like the ua is helping the lh .amazing shot

A visitor from Hong Kong posted Mon July 26, 2010:
Great one!

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 24, 2010:
Awesome

A visitor from United States posted Thu July 15, 2010:
First of all congrats for this amazing 5* photo. As an air traffic controller and a person who knows physics I have to explain sth. These two are at least 3 miles apart diagonally. Explanation:
1. It is not allowed to be less than that.
2. Angle at which this photo is taken is at least 45 deg and both a/c looks parallel.
All credits to the photographer for capturing the moment but these a/c are not as nearly close as you think.

A visitor from - posted Thu July 15, 2010:
Great! Hope that this was not a product of a PHOTOSHOP. It is better if this was an accidental images... ;)

A visitor from - posted Thu July 15, 2010:
It's interesting to see the different angles of attack for the landing. The 757 seems to have a much more nose down angle than the 747. Next question? Is the rudder being held into place by a trim switch or is this a manual position by the pilots foot rudder pedal? Hope that doesn't sound dumb.

A visitor from Japan posted Wed July 14, 2010:
Very rare situation to capture!

A visitor from - posted Tue July 13, 2010:
Imagine if they were both A380s or 747s.

A visitor from United States posted Wed July 7, 2010:
Wow, I can't believe you took this photo. Amazing 5 star photo.

A visitor from Turkey posted Fri June 25, 2010:
Is it star or sky allience? code share or runway share? :)

A visitor from India posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Superb photography,impossible to tell that there is some distance between the two aircrafts.
deb

A visitor from Pakistan posted Sun June 13, 2010:
Great. five out of five

A visitor from - posted Fri June 11, 2010:
Hatsoff to the photographer

A visitor from - posted Sun June 6, 2010:
WOW! What an amazing shot! How was this picture taken?

A visitor from United States posted Sun May 16, 2010:
Great pic : )))

A visitor from Poland posted Wed May 5, 2010:
Great!

A visitor from Austria posted Tue May 4, 2010:
Notice the different angles of the fuselages at the same point of approach!

A visitor from Ireland posted Sat April 3, 2010:
Are you sure they're not touching? Perfect timing, Welldone!

A visitor from - posted Mon March 29, 2010:
Is this a PR ad for Star Alliance? Nice shot!

A visitor from United States posted Mon March 22, 2010:
Wow I never seen something like that

A visitor from - posted Mon March 22, 2010:
I look so good that at first i thought it was fake!

A visitor from United States posted Sun March 21, 2010:
Awesome

A visitor from United States posted Sun March 14, 2010:
It's difficult to believe the two aircraft are 1/2 mile apart. Looks more like ab inpending collision.
Good use of a telephoto lens.

A visitor from - posted Thu February 18, 2010:
Good Picture :D

A visitor from United States posted Thu November 26, 2009:
Very nice view angle!

A visitor from United States posted Tue November 17, 2009:
The overlaping wings of each plane,it loo9ks like a midair collison about to happen. Wow!!!!

A visitor from - posted Tue October 27, 2009:
It actually looks like both jets were racing to the runway to see who was the first to land at SFO. They also seem to be touching the tip of their wings. Awesome picture!

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 21, 2009:
What a moment cought. It is something you would not see every day. Even for those who flying it is looking unusual. From this angle looks like jets are about to touch each other. Very good picture!

A visitor from - posted Wed August 12, 2009:
Probably the TCAS must be going off like crazy.

A visitor from Poland posted Tue July 21, 2009:
Its a spectacular sight to see the 747 for real! nice to see both of them side-by-side.

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 6, 2009:
This was so confusing when I saw it for the first time. Thats the SFO action for you. Love this pic.

A visitor from United States posted Tue June 23, 2009:
Wow...is this even possible? It doesn't look very real. Outstanding photo though.

A visitor from United States posted Fri June 5, 2009:
Outstanding photo!

A visitor from Ireland posted Tue June 2, 2009:
It looks like a person could step out of the 747 and jump right onto the 757!

A visitor from Norway posted Mon May 11, 2009:
If they really could have been as close as it looks, without crashing:
*sleepy 4 year old opens his window on the United B752*
"MOM! There's a jumbo jet right next to us!"

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon May 4, 2009:
Great photo!

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sun April 19, 2009:
Its always a wonder to see 2 planes side by side above the ground. and you guys hve done it so nicely. it looks like real...

A visitor from - posted Thu February 26, 2009:
Wow~ it is amazing , it is the best photo i have seen.nice job man , keep it up!

A visitor from Canada posted Sat February 7, 2009:
Great pic 5 star

A visitor from - posted Tue February 3, 2009:
Wow.. like mom and son.. haha...

A visitor from Canada posted Mon January 26, 2009:
Sfo landings are awesome!

A visitor from Mexico posted Tue December 30, 2008:
Excellent knowledge of perspective, time and space, congratulations, one of the best pictures I`ve ever seen in my hole life

A visitor from - posted Tue November 11, 2008:
Great picture, amazing aproach, the view from the windows must be breath taking.

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 16, 2008:
Wow

A visitor from - posted Tue October 14, 2008:
Its really really hard to believe this pic! once in a lifetime catch!

A visitor from - posted Tue September 30, 2008:
Those two planes are best buddies.

A visitor from - posted Tue September 16, 2008:
Maybe those planes are Siamese twins!

A visitor from Jamaica posted Wed September 10, 2008:
If the remarks is true then this is a lovely shot, i guess the photographer just happens to be in the right place at the right time.

A visitor from - posted Mon September 1, 2008:
Amazing amazing pic....

A visitor from Canada posted Fri July 25, 2008:
I find it hard to believe this picture

A visitor from Germany posted Thu June 26, 2008:
Amazing shot indeed! What's also nice to see is the rather different angle of attack between the 747 and the 757.

A visitor from El Salvador posted Tue June 17, 2008:
What a beautiful picture! Two Boeings so close! I wish i could see two Airbus in the same shot! Neva!

A visitor from El Salvador posted Tue June 17, 2008:
What a beautiful picture! Two Boeings so close! I wish i could see two Airbus in the same shot! Neva!

A visitor from United States posted Fri April 4, 2008:
Those two planes appear to be colliding with each other. I have never seen two aircraft so close together. 5******

A visitor from Norway posted Sat March 29, 2008:
Wow! That's just amazing!

A visitor from United States posted Sun March 23, 2008:
I love this picture # 1

A visitor from - posted Thu March 13, 2008:
Okay switch it around

A visitor from Belgium posted Sun March 9, 2008:
Beautiful!

A visitor from Switzerland posted Wed November 28, 2007:
That's an amazing picture!well done!

A visitor from Mexico posted Tue November 20, 2007:
Good pic

A visitor from United States posted Sat November 10, 2007:
Interesting note observing the difference in pitch attitude between the two.

A visitor from India posted Fri November 2, 2007:
Thats a wondeful shot.....its like both of em are jostling for space....

A visitor from Belgium posted Fri November 2, 2007:
Beautiful

A visitor from United States posted Wed August 22, 2007:
Not only do you have an eye for beautiful birds, but you know how to reach inside of people and touch them in a way no other photographer can. Great job. Beautiful and graceful birds. Amazing to see how much more flaps the 75 has as compaired to it's big brother as noticed by the attitude. WOW.

A visitor from Germany posted Tue August 21, 2007:
Very good picture! Well done! First i thought the big brother shows his little brother how to land carefully:D Thanks for this shot. 5 Stars*****

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon August 13, 2007:
The thing I like about this shot is you can see the heat blur on the 757 so clear, you know how to take some fantastic pictures, more of the same, Thanks.

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 28, 2007:
It looks like the 747 has a side-car.

A visitor from United States posted Mon July 16, 2007:
I would've been great if the shot was taken from the front

A visitor from Canada posted Mon July 16, 2007:
Very nice, Really shows of the size of the queen of the skies

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu July 12, 2007:
This is such an amazing pic! What an amazing illusion!It took me ges to click on that the white wing on the ua belonged to the ua.After several loong stares you can see that it is slightly lower (I think) but woww!

A visitor from United States posted Sun May 20, 2007:
The pilots in the 757 didn't listen to the tower when they said they would be landing next to a 747, soon they hear a loud noise look out the right side of the plane then, HOLY CRAP

A visitor from Australia posted Tue May 8, 2007:
The visual effect of the photo of the two planes being near each other

A visitor from Australia posted Wed April 18, 2007:
This picture has coem up i nthe random picture generator on the homepage and everytime i see it i always clck on it because it's so brilliant. This was my desktop backround for a mmonth a yr ago

A visitor from Canada posted Wed April 4, 2007:
It's amazing. I have never seen any picture such as this picture in whole of my life.

A visitor from Virgin Islands, U.s. posted Sun April 1, 2007:
Nothing more than amazing

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Thu March 29, 2007:
That's an incredible shot!!! No clouds, no nothing! Just two wonderful airplanes apparently holding each other's hand trying to reach the runway peacefully and accompanied!!! wonderfully shot!!

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 23, 2007:
Great pic

A visitor from United States posted Sat March 17, 2007:
Amazing photo, great contrast between two beautiful airplanes!

A visitor from Brazil posted Thu February 22, 2007:
Fantastic... no more words...

A visitor from Germany posted Sat February 3, 2007:
Very good picture! Very lucky, capturing a moment like this.

A visitor from United States posted Thu February 1, 2007:
Is this for real? Scary!!

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 24, 2007:
Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet pic. unreal. how often can u get a shot like that. imagine what the passengers are thinking. lol

A visitor from France posted Tue January 23, 2007:
Very nice, the big brother and the little brother

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 20, 2007:
Is incredible hoe look these 2 airplanes!!!!!!

A visitor from United States posted Wed January 10, 2007:
Awesome pic Ben!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun December 31, 2006:
To see two aircraft on approach in such apparent proximity in a photograph and with such remarkable clarity is unusual which goes a long way to making it exciting and brilliant; it also shows what a huge aircraft the 747 is when compared with a twin jet engined passenger plane.

A visitor from - posted Wed November 29, 2006:
That is an amazing photo. Like everyone else I thought they were almost touching and they sure look a lot closer than 750 feet apart. Lucky you to have been there ready with camera to catch it.

A visitor from United States posted Wed November 1, 2006:
I didn't know you could do stunt flying with a 747 and a 757. It doesn't look like they're 750 feet apart!! I wonder how many passengers headed for the restrooms after getting off, LOL! Very shocking, very cool photography!!

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 18, 2006:
I was there several days later. I have seen both planes but never in such a fantastic shot. One of the greatest photos of all time.

A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sat October 7, 2006:
Great shot man who shot this deserves a clap

A visitor from United States posted Wed October 4, 2006:
Hello everyone. I love this picture.

A visitor from United States posted Thu August 24, 2006:
Who won the race???? Cool pic....

A visitor from Venezuela posted Sun August 20, 2006:
I wonder what the people in each aircraft thought when they saw another plane was THAT close! may be they startd to wave at eachother?? who knows?? :)

A visitor from United States posted Fri August 11, 2006:
Its a beauty seeing two Star Alliance aircrafts close together, and I wouldn't think they would be 750 ft apart. Wished I was on one of those.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Tue August 8, 2006:
This is such a beautiful shot because it seems the 747 is about to swallow the 757.good job Ben.

A visitor from Norway posted Tue August 8, 2006:
Oh my... super shot.

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 29, 2006:
WOW!

A visitor from United States posted Sun June 25, 2006:
Cool pic

A visitor from Bahrain posted Thu June 22, 2006:
The front top of the United looks superimposed on the other.

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 22, 2006:
Amazing visual illusion. Great shot angle.

A visitor from United States posted Sat June 10, 2006:
Excellent capture of hte two jets. Eventhough they ae so far from each other, they seem to be so close at the same time.

A visitor from Poland posted Fri June 9, 2006:
Cool photo !!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri June 9, 2006:
I hope they didnt crash!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed June 7, 2006:
I've heard of road rage but never 'air rage', great shot.

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 1, 2006:
Clarity and depth of field -- colors appear to be true renderings -- composition is excellent.

A visitor from Canada posted Tue May 23, 2006:
Touch, dont touch, touch, dont touch ...

A visitor from United States posted Mon May 22, 2006:
The timing of getting both aircraft on different glide paths in almost parallel positions is pretty difficult to pull off. A pretty good shot, definitely.

A visitor from Sweden posted Sat May 20, 2006:
Mommy wait for me...haha. Nice shot

A visitor from - posted Thu May 18, 2006:
Are they glued together?

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed May 17, 2006:
Siamese Twins?

A visitor from Canada posted Fri May 12, 2006:
Wow that would be a pretty amazing expiriance to be abor one of those planes.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed May 10, 2006:
Nice!!!

A visitor from United States posted Mon May 8, 2006:
Awesome. It looks like the wings are touching. It must have been scary for the passengers on both planes.

A visitor from - posted Sat April 29, 2006:
AWESOME!Can they really do that

A visitor from - posted Sat April 29, 2006:
Wow!!

A visitor from Malaysia posted Fri April 28, 2006:
This photo is just so bizarre, it so doesn't look 750 ft apart... :O

A visitor from United States posted Mon April 24, 2006:
Great shot

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Mon April 24, 2006:
Wow! :D

A visitor from United States posted Sun April 23, 2006:
He-he-he... star alliance, in action

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun April 23, 2006:
This like many others show how cameras can fool the eye. It also demonstrates the difference in size of the sister aircraft. Nice photo.

A visitor from - posted Tue April 18, 2006:
The first impression I got was "there is gonna be a crash" - and I was ready to look into the online news for an incident at SFO on this date... poor me and my soul, all I had to do was read the comments. HAHA! This is brilliant! - a keeper.

A visitor from Venezuela posted Sun April 16, 2006:
Get out of my way !

A visitor from Iran, Islamic Republic Of posted Fri April 14, 2006:
Oh pleas dont hurry, its not an air race. both of you can land but boeing 747 first.
i love the shot, thank you BEN.

A visitor from Belgium posted Sat April 8, 2006:
Size does matter !

A visitor from United States posted Sun April 2, 2006:
An awsome shot with two aircraft almost touching. one of the best pictures i've seen in a very long time that made my jaw drop.

A visitor from Canada posted Sun April 2, 2006:
The photo of the Greatest Airplane hug is by far the coolest thing i have ever seen.

A visitor from Mexico posted Sun April 2, 2006:
My good lord! That's quite a pick. Kind of airplane pals trying to hug each other.

A visitor from United States posted Fri March 31, 2006:
I've flown back home to SFO before with a UA747 next to our plane....it's the most awesome view!!! It makes the 747 look so graceful, as if its floating......

A visitor from France posted Thu March 23, 2006:
I really don't want to be the passenger on one of these 2 aircrafts ! great photo!

A visitor from United States posted Thu March 16, 2006:
Crash waiting to happen!

A visitor from Norway posted Fri March 10, 2006:
It's amazing

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed March 8, 2006:
They really do look like they´re touching each other! T.B.

A visitor from Canada posted Wed March 8, 2006:
Amazing !

A visitor from United States posted Sat March 4, 2006:
Oh my god! I got scared to hell. It looks like the 747, well lets just say its rear end sorta spurted out some gas! :)^_^(: Nice shot!

A visitor from United States posted Thu February 23, 2006:
Thats amazing, Im shocked there isnt more of these

A visitor from United States posted Mon February 6, 2006:
What an illusion!

A visitor from Brazil posted Mon January 30, 2006:
Nice

A visitor from Sweden posted Mon January 30, 2006:
WOW...great shot.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon January 30, 2006:
The apparant closeness is a very eye-catching effect.

A visitor from United States posted Mon January 30, 2006:
Awesome shot

A visitor from Finland posted Sun January 22, 2006:
What might passengers think in both planes when seeing another plane so close?

A visitor from United States posted Sun January 22, 2006:
I love boeing aircraft!

A visitor from United States posted Sun January 15, 2006:
Great Shot

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Sat January 14, 2006:
Wow, terrific picture.. Go Ben!

A visitor from United States posted Sat January 7, 2006:
Who's gona land first?????????????

A visitor from Korea, Republic Of posted Fri January 6, 2006:
At first i thought this is "hap-sung", which means "modified photo" in Korean. :)

A visitor from United States posted Thu January 5, 2006:
Wow it is fun to see two of my favorite aircraft
= - ))))

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed January 4, 2006:
Simpy breathtaking. Great photography. Almost like siamese twins.

A visitor from United States posted Tue January 3, 2006:
WOW!!!!! Very Cool it really looks like the two aircraft are just a couple of feet apart great photo Ben.

A visitor from Canada posted Sun December 25, 2005:
Imagine being in that UA752 seeing a giant LH 744 right beside you!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat December 24, 2005:
It really looks like those aircraft are going to collide.I hope the Lufthansa 455 was all right after its oil leak this is a really special photo and my congrats go to Ben .Merry Christmas!!!!-James

A visitor from Germany posted Fri December 23, 2005:
Impressive shot!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu December 22, 2005:
Just... WOW!!!!

A visitor from Germany posted Thu December 22, 2005:
This is called the real Star Alliance!! Superb Photo!

A visitor from United States posted Tue December 20, 2005:
Great photo

A visitor from Germany posted Sat December 17, 2005:
If you see it the first time,you think they are really near to each other but it`s not true!!
Unbelievable picture!!

A visitor from India posted Thu December 15, 2005:
INCREDIBLE!!! AWESOME!!!U're great Ben!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed December 14, 2005:
Incredible they appear to be shagging

A visitor from Canada posted Sat December 10, 2005:
How rare it is and the illusion it creates

A visitor from United States posted Mon December 5, 2005:
Loved how the planes appear side-by-side! I wonder how far behind the 747 is?

A visitor from United States posted Thu December 1, 2005:
Smart shot but a great photographer. its the planning that counts

A visitor from Colombia posted Sun November 27, 2005:
Nice shot. Chevere!
Imagine each pax. windows planes !!!!

A visitor from United States posted Mon November 14, 2005:
It looks like they're buddies!

A visitor from France posted Wed November 2, 2005:
Great shot.

A visitor from Germany posted Wed November 2, 2005:
Can't find a better angle

A visitor from Poland posted Sun October 30, 2005:
At first I thought that it's some kind of a new plan. Very good shoot. My congratulations for the idea.

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 27, 2005:
WOW, wierd!

A visitor from France posted Sat October 22, 2005:
Very beautiful

A visitor from Philippines posted Sat October 22, 2005:
How if these aircraft collide with each other?!

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 20, 2005:
It looks like they are taking a family photo. "Get a little closer guys, thats it, that's it, SNAP" It seems the 747 has his wings on the shoulder of the 757. Really nice photo

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri October 14, 2005:
Shot of a lifetime,ben, and so timely with soia/prm being introduced on the 28s at sfo,which will mean intersecting approaches under radar surveillance in poor weather with a last minute turn for the plane on28r,aphoto opportunity there maybe, mick west,england

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri October 7, 2005:
Great photo "i would be rather scared beeing in that 757"

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri September 30, 2005:
One of those rare shots you could wait years to get. Well done, Ben. The right place at the right time!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon September 26, 2005:
Just Marvellous

A visitor from India posted Mon September 26, 2005:
Hey i thought pilot of united airlines is saying,"give me 100000$ otherwise i will get in the german one". hey don't mind jus kiddin;-)

A visitor from Denmark posted Thu September 22, 2005:
Very good picture take at the right time.
You can almost imagine the pilot sticking his head out and say "Can you please tell me the right direction too Germany"

A visitor from Portugal posted Sat September 17, 2005:
Looks like a race. The perfect time to take it. Great photo Ben Wang!

A visitor from New Zealand posted Tue August 30, 2005:
What a shot! it took a while for me to figure this one out!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun August 28, 2005:
That scared the bit jesus out of be when I saw the preview picture on the frontpage until I read the comment.

Danil Premgi.

A visitor from Germany posted Sat August 27, 2005:
Just amazing. Excellent shot.

A visitor from United States posted Sat August 27, 2005:
Amazing! I wouldn't have noticed the rudder had I not seen the comment. I wonder if any of the passengers captured the moment on film?

A visitor from Belgium posted Fri August 26, 2005:
Remarkable!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri August 26, 2005:
Nice picture, I wondered what the people in the plane thought when they looked outside.

A visitor from Mexico posted Fri August 26, 2005:
That picture was cool

A visitor from Austria posted Thu August 25, 2005:
Good job, ben!

A visitor from Cyprus posted Thu August 25, 2005:
I have rated the photo with five stars because when I saw it I thought that the two aircrafts (the b747 and b757) had touched each other. So the site from where the photo had been taken was the best it could be.

A visitor from Italy posted Tue August 23, 2005:
Nice and lucky shot. Anyway Ben Wang has valued this scene at its top!

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