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| A visitor from - posted Tue January 7, 2014:|
Amazing photo! The size of the 777 is massive. I also noticed that it looked like the number 2 (right) engine is shut down on the 777. I could be wrong, but does PIA encourage single engine taxi.
| A visitor from - posted Sat December 15, 2012:|
| A visitor from - posted Fri November 4, 2011:|
Re Comment No. 7 - lens was at 200mm (Canon zoom). As suggested in the comment, the 737 is at the Victor Alpha holding point waiting for clearance to enter Runway 23L. The 777 is close behind, also for that hold. Image is this size because I prefer not to use a watermark, so that it doesn't interfere with the photo for the viewer. But smaller = if/when someone pinches the photo they get less quality! Paul
| A visitor from United States posted Thu November 3, 2011:|
Extremely interesting photo; it also begs some questions; lens used; app. separation between planes; situation....is the 737 commencing T.O. roll? the 777 holding? finally, why such a small image?
Again, very dramatic and interesting size comparison, shot, plus excellent photographically speaking; will look at this again and again!
| A visitor from Belgium posted Mon October 4, 2010:|
Good size comparisons are rare, but this one is stunning, and the photo quality is excellent!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat April 4, 2009:|
| A visitor from Portugal posted Thu April 5, 2007:|
Wonderful capture! Very sharp and lightened. Congratulations for it.
| A visitor from Norway posted Tue December 26, 2006:|
Here i come,so get out of my way.says 777
nice catch.. love the angel..
| A visitor from United States posted Sat December 23, 2006:|
I love the way you captured the two for size comparisons!
| A visitor from Sweden posted Fri December 8, 2006:|
Again, this shows something new or rare in the database so far. And a touch of humour is not a bad thing either. Congratulations!