Aviation Photo #1355780 Boeing 777-232/LR - Delta Air Lines

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    Agustin Anaya
    Delta Air Lines
    Boeing 777-232/LR
    Boeing 777-200
    Boeing 777-200
    Boeing
    29741
    704
    N702DN
    7102
    Atlanta - Hartsfield-Jackson Int (The William B Hartsfield / Municipal / Candler Field)
    Georgia
    USA
    March 22, 2008
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Comments (36)

Anonymous
10 years ago
Always nice to have lots of pics of shiny new planes before the wheels become black with brake dust and never see the white again.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Five stars for this one. The angle is brilliant. Splendid!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great pic.
good quality, and an awesome angle to click the beautiful 777LR, and ya, i never thought about the wheels getting black with the brake dust before, but thanks to another commentator, now i know when i look at a new aircraft...lol
Anonymous
10 years ago
Really hope to see her this summer at CDG!!! as I will work as a baggage handler for AF...but I guess she won't be there, Paris is not that far away from the US, so don't need the 772LR...but it would be so excellent for my first job in CDG!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Love the Detail, and I agree with the visitor from the states
Anonymous
10 years ago
Love to see the 'reverse' aspect in this picture. You did such a good job Agustin!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Superb shot, great angle!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I like how close it is
aoife
Anonymous
10 years ago
To the previous comment: clearly your negative reaction to this photo proves you are not an aviation enthiousiast! This foto is special because it is taken just after touchdown (check the reverse and the flaps). It is special because it is a close and unusual angle for an aircraft that had just landed. It is not a very easy picture to take because the photographer has used a zoom lens and a short shutter time because the aircraft moves... Don't be too critical...
Anonymous
10 years ago
*****

absolutely awesome.
i like shiny stuff (:
Anonymous
10 years ago
Superb one Gus! Don't listen to the guy below, he is just jealous that he cannot take quality shots like you do consistently. Keep up the great work!
Anonymous
10 years ago
One of the best that I have ever seen on Anet.
The unique angle and lighting reacted and produced an excellent photo. Good job.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Love the angle and composition. In response to A visitor from United States, I would dare say 9 out of 10 doctors would find this to be a great shot!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I don't think perfection quite sums up this shot. By far the best 777 image in the database, possibly ever taken.
Anonymous
10 years ago
This is certainly a photo that really impresses me. To my opinion, and without a doctor, it's still an unique angle. It shows very clearly the size of the triple 7. Further, the picture is complete: flaps, slats, spoilers, reversers... Great shot, 5 stars worth!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Whats that guys problem? I think its a great shot, nice work!
Anonymous
10 years ago
I am a Doctor and I think it is a wonderful photo! I just wish i could see some passangers on the windows or the pilot saluting!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Excellent picture lots of detail and to have frozen the action on a fast moving aicraft with such detail and quality is not easy.keep em coming 5*
Anonymous
10 years ago
Great picture!! look at those flaps! clean! OMG what a great picture! congratulations Agustin!!
btw...someone in here needs to pay a visit to the doctor..
Anonymous
10 years ago
How did you get that shot?
Anonymous
10 years ago
One of the best 777's pics i've ever seen.
Anonymous
10 years ago
An amazing aircraft , the picture shows it well
Anonymous
10 years ago
Detail, perfect shot
Anonymous
10 years ago
The Best 777 shot I have ever seen perfect
Anonymous
10 years ago
This has to be the cleanest aircraft I've ever seen, and I'm always flying Ryanair's immaculate 737's. Absolutely beautiful, almost looks like light, brittle plastic not heavy meatl!!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Shinny flaps, white wheels, I think Air France can learn something from this plane!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Touch Dow!!! Speedbracks Arm!!!! Reverse Thurst!!!! Amazing Picture!!!
5 Stars!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Clean and superb!!!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Very nice! A different "action shot".
Thank you!
Anonymous
9 years ago
Wow!!! such a crisp shot 5 stars
Anonymous
9 years ago
Great timing for capture. Love all the moving parts detail!
Anonymous
8 years ago
For some reason this picture looks more like a 767 from this angle....
maybe it's just me...
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great place to be if you like airplanes! nice shot! BTW. in answer to "For some reason this picture looks more like a 767 from this angle....
maybe it's just me..." - Am I correct in saying that the 767 has only 4 rear tires per side, while this 777 one has 6? Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Anonymous
8 years ago
You are correct, the 777 has 6 tires and the 767 has 4.
Terrific shot regardless!
Anonymous
8 years ago
It is a t7 because the 767 400 er has the winglets on the wings that cuvre up and you cant mistake the huge ge90 engine its the largest
Anonymous
8 years ago
Where do you have to stand to get this angle?

looks surprisingly clean too 5*

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