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Oh yeah!!! It was really worth it waiting hours in the cold, freezing my fingers and my toes and driving back through the traffic jams in the city center of munich... Mr. Robert Gates' (U.S. sectretary of defense) Boeing E-4B is approaching in glorious golden winterlight for the anually security conference at Munich. Far away in the distace there is a Lufthansa 737 gliding down the approach path for 08L. [Canon EOS 400D]


Canon EOS 400D

Canon EF 100-400L IS USM

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Comments (6)
Posted by Florian Larcher on April 28, 2008


Posted by Vasco Costa on March 18, 2008

A perfect photo with a perfect sunlight. Congratulations!

Posted by René Juncker on February 21, 2008

What can I say? Absolutely brilliant. VERY nucely done. Cheers, R...

Posted by Frikkie Bekker - AirTeamImages on February 20, 2008

My goodness this is a excellent shot in great lighting

Posted by Ilgaz DEGER on February 20, 2008

Florian very good job wonderful.

Posted by Dan Valentine on February 19, 2008

Sublime lighting on this shot Florian, well done!

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