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This one comes really low, I think only 10 meters above the fence! Canon EOS20D and Canon 50/1.8 II

Comments (8)
Posted by tEAm4za on October 30, 2007

man i would love to live there =] imagine the adrenaline rush when they go right over your head

Posted by hubert on March 13, 2007

What a beautiful shot

Posted by Ben on September 23, 2006

Awesome picture. And yeah they do take off out over that beach, i have also been there and it is so amazing (if not a little scary!)

Posted by STEVE SPEARS on June 30, 2006

Zoom not required! I wonder if they take off out over this same beach. Anybody know? Excellent shot Sven!!

Posted by Grant on January 25, 2006

My God!! You could almost jump and touch the landing gear if you were right below it.

Posted by Dave Meakin - The Sydney Spotters on July 23, 2005

More like only 10 *feet* which is about three metres!

Posted by Greg Lee on July 12, 2005

That's what I was thinking! I sure hope there aren't ever any accidents.

Posted by Greg Gayden - on July 11, 2005

good grief that is low! wow.

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