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AMERICAN AIRLINES 757 casts a long shadow on MAHO BEACH.


Nikon D-70

10.5 DX/ED

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Comments (7)
Posted by Joe Statz on June 02, 2006

Denis, great shot! To me this is easy to imagine as a reflection in a chrome hubcap, or the ultra polished surface of a motorcycle gas tank. Looks cool! Cheers, towerjoe.

Posted by Denis F. McBriarty on May 31, 2006

Hey! Thanks for the compliments and votes on PC. This is one of those "lucky" shots that may or may not work. The saving grace was great light reflection on the lower fuselage from the sand. BIGDEN

Posted by Sam Chui on May 27, 2006

Great Shot Big Den! Glad to see the 10.5 performed such tranquality picture! You're da man at SXM. Rememeber to buy me a few Carib next time :-)

Posted by Joey Collura on May 24, 2006

Possibly one of the best SXM shots I've ever seen! Well done!!!!!!!!

Posted by Brian Stevenson - SeriouslyFunny Photography on May 24, 2006

Horizon not level! Just Kidding Denis, great shot! I wish Ida screened it. Congrats! B

Posted by Jordan Duncan on May 24, 2006

The clarity of this picture is amazing. Nice work there.

Posted by Eric Pajaud on May 17, 2006

Just one word : WOW !!!!!

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