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Photo of UR-82060 Antonov An-225 Mriya by Tony Woof Expand image
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A tremendous start to October at MAN with the Mriya making its first visit seen arriving on runway 24R drawfing all around

Comments (4)
Posted by Maciej Lalik on June 06, 2007

Perfect shot!! Congratulations! From now on it is one of my favorite photos! Take care.

Posted by aforkley on February 24, 2007

it's amazing

Posted by on December 18, 2006

what a massive thing of beauty. and the photo does speak for itself.. awesome shot... jb

Posted by Denis McBriarty (BIGDEN) on October 04, 2006

Hey! What a shot! great composition and it speaks 1000 words! Denis

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