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Aircraft: Airbus A330-243

Airline: Gulf Air

Serial #: 340





Canon EOS 20D

100-400 L IS USM

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Comments (8)
Posted by Albrecht Bruno on September 28, 2006

What a nice pic Olivier. The livery looks awesome in that light. Great!!!

Posted by Alex Simon on August 07, 2006

Wonderfull "mon ptit oliv' " la bise

Posted by Florian Negele on August 07, 2006

The wonderful light the great angle and the right aircraft and livery make this an outstanding and very great pic, well done Olivier, keep 'em coming!

Posted by Neil McDonald - The Hong Kong Spotters on July 28, 2006

What a fantastic way to portray one of the worlds' best special schemes! Good job Olivier.

Posted by Benjamin Clark on July 25, 2006

The lighting is fantastic, Well done!

Posted by John Solis - EKCH Spotters on July 25, 2006

Great light on a fantastic body. What a great combination. Good shot Oliver !

Posted by Mark Ralph on July 24, 2006

Nice one mate, the perfect golden light to show this livery at it's best, good work.

Posted by Chris Starnes on July 24, 2006

Great stuff, Oliver. Keep up the good work!

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