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Aircraft: Airbus A330-302

Airline: Finnair

Serial #: 1088




ISO 2500 200mm f/3.2 1/40sec


Canon EOS 5D Mark III

Canon EF 70-200mm 1:2,8 L IS USM

Comments (10)
Posted by Alex Sandro Vicente Barbosa on January 30, 2013

Just amazing!

Posted by gerard isaacson on January 27, 2013

A refreshing change of pace!...I think "Sweet" would be the appropriate adjective. Wish it were mine.

Posted by Chasen Richardson on January 26, 2013

So crisp, I can't believe it. Well done.

Posted by on January 26, 2013

Many thanks to all who have given their comments, they are always welcome. THX!

Posted by Alex Filippopoulos - AirTeamImages on January 21, 2013


Posted by Andreas Løsecke on January 21, 2013

Very unique!

Posted by Saurabh Patel on January 20, 2013

That is an absolutely sick shot. Can you share the settings you used for this shot.

Posted by Leonardo Mello on January 20, 2013

Very nice!

Posted by Eduardo de Barros R. Perez on January 20, 2013

Perfect shot! Congrats!

Posted by Wanderson Pires - GYN on January 20, 2013

Nice !

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