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Remarks: Sunny overview of this gateway to St.Moritz. This great little airfield is Europe's highest. To the left is the terminal. Many famous people went through there. It was -21 degrees Celsius that morning. Sunny but very cold.
Remarks: Illuminated by the rays from the golden hour, this jet looks just great.
Remarks: Smiling back at Tony de Bruyn in his office. What a view he must have. Thanks to Eric Coeckelberghs and his crew for letting me on this photoflight.
Remarks: Nice new livery. But do I like the shape of the Beech 1900? I still don't know. I do like the engines though.
Remarks: Everything sparkles in St. Moritz. This bizzer carves its way through the cold air and is about to land on Europe's highest and in my opinion most hospitable airport.
Remarks: A landing in slight crosswind conditions. And I got the beacon.
Remarks: A bunch of airplanes waiting for access to the taxiway as the snow plowes, which can be seen in the distance, clear the taxiway for them. All in this wonderful light that only happens after a rain or snow shower.
Remarks: After a day of operations in the snow, everything now looks brown.
Remarks: Smoothly running operations despite the snow.
Remarks: What a nice surprise after standing for 3 hours in the freezing cold. A real classic.
Remarks: Climbing out of AMS and banking east against a pristine blue sky.
Remarks: Catching the last sun of the day.
Remarks: This KLM 737 is waiting for clearance. The pending sunset, the fog and the Amsterdam smog create a truly magical moment with soft light and beautiful colors.
Remarks: Back on home base in harsh winter light.
Remarks: Trying to capture the awesome power of an engine in full power takeoff mode.
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