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One of CX's bare metal jumbo flying southbound over the East China Sea at FL360.


Canon EOS 400D

Canon EF 70-200mm f/4.0 L IS USM

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Comments (13)
Posted by Gavin David on July 21, 2008

Great stuff Ian

Posted by Sandro Bandeira on July 21, 2008

The King of the Sky!!!! nice show!!!

Posted by Benny Zheng on July 18, 2008

Nice one there Ian !

Posted by Jonathan Grondin on July 16, 2008

Woaw ! Nice shot Lim !! congrat' man ! :=)

Posted by Kevin Teh on July 16, 2008

Congrats bro, being the photo of the week.... superb shot!

Posted by Montague Smith-WorldWide Aviation Photos on July 16, 2008

exceptional capture, Ian, well deserved POTW.

Posted by Raj on July 16, 2008

Spectacular shot there Ian. Congrats on getting Photo Of the Week. Cheers!

Posted by Daryl Chapman - The Hong Kong Spotters on July 12, 2008

Great shot Ian, however it could be a -444(BCF)

Posted by Gurcharan Bhoday on July 12, 2008

My people's choice nomination! Excellent shot Ian.

Posted by Vivek Kaul on July 12, 2008

Amazing capture...really great...

Posted by maxyuh on July 11, 2008

Must be an amazing experience to witness this, good shot Ian.

Posted by Oliver Baumberger on July 11, 2008


Posted by Neil McDonald - The Hong Kong Spotters on July 11, 2008

Great shot!!

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