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Photo of A-524 FMA IA-58A Pucará by Marcelo Allende Expand image
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The A-524 dramatically closing the combined exercise PlataVI with an awesome flyby less than 5 meters in height.

Camera:

Nikon D200

Nikkor 70/300D


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Comments (6)
Posted by Sean D Silva - AVIATION INDIA on July 09, 2009

Truly an out of the ordinary outstanding photograph!


Posted by lv-mya on July 06, 2009

Excellent photo!!! regards Mauro


Posted by Sebastian Fernandez on June 28, 2009

Perfect Marcelo!, showing to the world the skills of the Argentine pilots.


Posted by Fernando Olivares M on June 28, 2009

Stunning pic my friend. Congratulations from Chile.


Posted by Robert J Cijntje on June 28, 2009

Awesome shot Marcelo !


Posted by Pedro Navarro Garcia on June 28, 2009

A real great shot !!


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