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Photo of XX264 British Aerospace Hawk T.1A by SELZERE Christophe Expand image
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Canon EOS 40D

EF 500 mm IS L

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Comments (6)
Posted by Tomasz Choch├│┬│ on August 03, 2008

WoW... very sharp and clear shot.

Posted by Neil McDonald - The Hong Kong Spotters on August 01, 2008

Another brilliant shot, great DOF and absolutely stunning IQ considering the weather conditions.

Posted by cmn on July 30, 2008

great shot Christophe !!

Posted by Philippe Clairo on July 30, 2008

I was wondering WHEN you'd get the screener's choice? About time! ;-)

Posted by Daryl Chapman - The Hong Kong Spotters on July 29, 2008

That my friend is a great shot in my books. Poor weather and sharp as a knife... yeah yeah a great lens but still GREAT.

Posted by Murtaza Sattar on July 29, 2008

Excellent shot, good to see the weather didn't stop you from a stunning shot. Well done.

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