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Photo of EC-HEZ ATR 72-212A(500) by Chris Kilroy Expand image
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Riding the ILS to runway 12 at Los Rodeos on a beautiful Tenerife evening after the short flight from El Hierro. Many thanks to Captain Ramos, First Officer Bello, and the great Binter crew for making this flight so enjoyable!


Canon EOS 20D

Canon EFs 10-22mm f4 L

Comments (3)
Posted by Clovis J. Bouhier on January 24, 2006

If there's one dude on this site I can look at any picture and probably like what I see, its Chris K. Ya hear that Starnes?

Posted by Kevin Cook on December 05, 2005

You did it again, Kilroy! We need to see more shots like this.

Posted by Manuel Luis Ramos Garcia on December 02, 2005

¬°¬°¬°CONGRATULATIONS CHRIS!!!.........I hope some day I'll be able to shoot something like that... obviously with your help .. Best regards, Manuel.

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