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Aircraft: Airbus A380-842

Airline: Qantas

Serial #: 050



Comments (7)
Posted by Manuel Del Amo on August 22, 2013

Stunning photo and gorgeous light. Congratulations!

Posted by on June 07, 2012

that is a beautiful shot. well done.

Posted by Rafael Álvarez Cacho on August 30, 2011

Spectacular image! The hour of magical lights. My congratulations from Spain. Awesome! Well deserved Screener's Choice. With your permission, will be my wallpaper. Regards.

Posted by William Bradley on August 30, 2011

What a beautiful image Seth, love the crop mate.

Posted by Nick Farrington on August 30, 2011

Seth this is probably the best image i have ever seen. The lighting is amazing congratulations on such a amazing photo

Posted by Jan Jasinski - AirTeamImages on August 30, 2011

Fantastic shot! I would have preferred a beautiful 747 or MD-11 in this frame though ;) .

Posted by Brian Whitelegg on August 30, 2011

An absolute cracker of a shot Seth. My pleasure to award the SC for this. regards, Brian W.

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