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Photo of VP-BVR Boeing 747-444 by Evgeny Puchkov Expand image
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First Transaero's 747-444 (ex. South African Airways). Overpass RWY 32R in ocassion of the first time arrival.


Canon EOS 10D

Canon EF 70-210 F/4

Comments (8)
Posted by Gennady Misko on January 01, 2008

The excellent shot, Evgeniy!!! Congratulate!

Posted by j2nh on December 27, 2007

Stunning photo

Posted by on December 25, 2007

Absolutely Great! Well done!

Posted by Adnnan Hamsic on December 25, 2007

Great Picture! But..the color scheme looks a bit like the Air France..

Posted by A.Bacallado on December 25, 2007

Simply beautiful. Congratulations, Evgeny.

Posted by IAN CHANTLER on December 24, 2007

Great photo congratulations Evgeny

Posted by Captairbus-ErcanKarakas on December 24, 2007

Colours are fantastic. Congrats.

Posted by Vishal Jolapara on December 24, 2007

Skies-of-Fire !!!! Thats my People's Choice Award Photo right there, extra-ordinary lighting conditions & as always its nature which is best at special effects than 'Photoshops' ;) Great Shot Evgeny, Thank You for Sharing.

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