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Perfect atmospheric conditions render the huge amount of disturbed air behind this 747 visible.

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Posted by on April 26, 2008

It looks like the Thia symbol more than Air NZ

Posted by Pedro Almeida on July 01, 2005

Amazing shot 5*

Posted by Tomasz Janiak on June 29, 2005

Supercalifragilisticexpiladiocious!!!! Great shot!!!! Probabily the greates one in this base!!!! Taken from "Jumbo Wars Pt.1 Jumbo Attacks"

Posted by Mark H on June 29, 2005

Amazing shot.

Posted by Paul Maier on June 28, 2005

great work. ive seen this when ive been shooting, but never been able to do what you have done. well done.

Posted by Will Mallinson on June 27, 2005

Holy crap dude ! great shot !

Posted by James Scott on June 27, 2005

Spectacular shot Steve!

Posted by Jeroen Stroes on June 27, 2005

Wow, this is not a regular daily shot, GREAT!!!!!!!

Posted by Hugh M on June 27, 2005

Fantastic shot Steve! That looks a bit like Air NZ's logo ;-)

Posted by Montague Smith-WorldWide Aviation Photos on June 27, 2005

Sensational Shot!

Posted by Joop Stroes - NYCAviation on June 27, 2005

Fabulous Steve!! This is a 'once-in-a-lifetime' shot!

Posted by Steven Hadlow on June 27, 2005


Posted by Diezel on June 27, 2005

What a majestic sight. breathtaking, it could even be a painting...

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