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Photo of N40061 McDonnell Douglas MD-10-10(F) by Cheuk Man Kevin Ho - The Hong Kong Spotters Expand image
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Smokey touch down! [Canon 550D + Canon 100-400mm L IS]


Canon EOS 550D

Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM

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Comments (5)
Posted by Abram Chan - AirTeamImages on February 24, 2012

A well deserved SC! Love those smoke and the reflection on the fuselage and tail!

Posted by Derin on February 24, 2012

Beautiful shot, Kevin! I haven't gone spotting at SAN in a long time...this shot may inspire me to head down there soon :)

Posted by Alexandr Balykin on February 23, 2012

The ideal frame smoky touchdown.

Posted by Sandro Koster on February 23, 2012

Hi Kevin! Congratulations on your SC; very nice photo! Best wishes, Sandro.

Posted by Leonardo Mello on February 23, 2012

Awesome shot! I love these smokey touchdowns and the DC-10 is an awesome aircraft!

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