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RF-21512 (cn 7682000003) At water-take due the high wave water came over the wing and gave the great effect passing through the engines.
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A visitor from - posted Mon August 25, 2014:

A visitor from - posted Wed August 14, 2013:
The photographer captured the water effect very sharp in right engine, flaps and wings, excellent way to show fluid dynamics, it is amazing!

A visitor from Spain posted Wed July 18, 2012:
The incredible! the unique! The Russian Beriev!! 5*

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun December 4, 2011:
Great photo!

A visitor from - posted Wed August 24, 2011:
Excellent shot all around 5 stars. To my (feeble) understanding the engines are on top as to not dunk them in water. But water spray like that is no worse than rain.

A visitor from United States posted Wed March 2, 2011:
Isn't the whole idea of top-mounted engines exactly to avoid this kind of mishap? Otherwise why do they put them at that place?

A visitor from Canada posted Fri February 25, 2011:
The details,especialy the water stream running through the engine..great picture.

A visitor from - posted Wed December 8, 2010:

A visitor from Mauritius posted Mon July 26, 2010:
Awesome picture!!!

A visitor from Jordan posted Mon July 26, 2010:
Those are some really high waves yeah :)

Obviously this has nothing to do with high waves, but it is the collection system "overflowing" and dumping some water from the Firefighting tanks.

No problem for the engines, short term that is. For our previous colleague, the meaning of 'resistant' is not the same as 'proof'.

A visitor from - posted Tue December 29, 2009:
Actually nothing is corrosion resistant against salt water. Great pic

A visitor from Czech Republic posted Thu November 26, 2009:
Its looking more like water cooking than water cooling technology :)

A visitor from United States posted Sun November 22, 2009:
That's a takeoff, not a landing.

A visitor from United States posted Sun November 22, 2009:
Actually, those fans are corrosion-resistant. What an awesome landing!

A visitor from Denmark posted Wed October 21, 2009:
WOOW cool picture... Awesome sight!!

Saltwater in the engine... Isn't it going to corrode like hell??

A visitor from France posted Wed September 23, 2009:
Water cooling technology ! Awesome shot

A visitor from Australia posted Sat July 25, 2009:
Very interesting . i miss russia.

A visitor from Australia posted Tue July 7, 2009:
Yeah no joke the water went through the engine... clearly one of the most intriguing photos on a.net, such an amazing plane

A visitor from Russian Federation posted Fri September 12, 2008:
Sun, Water, Aircraft... What else? - Yesss! - Only good spotter on duty :) Nice frame! Fyodor, best wishes from Topper :)))

A visitor from France posted Sat September 6, 2008:
That's the russian variant of water injection ! And illustrates a touchy problem of jet-powered seaplane.
Beautiful plane nevertheless and lucky shot.

A visitor from - posted Fri September 5, 2008:
Very very cool picture interesting to see this aircraft in action

A visitor from Panama posted Fri September 5, 2008:
H2O, thank you life!

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