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Photo of N411UA Airbus A320-232 by Robert J Cijntje Expand image
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Nikon D7000

Sigma 18-250

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Posted by Manuel Llama - Benalmadena Spotters on February 23, 2013

¡¡¡¡ Nice Airbus320 !!!! Cogratulations Robert for the the photo and beauties. Every day I feel like doing to go to visit St. Martin...

Posted by Michael Eaton on February 12, 2013

Top Man again Robbie,must get back over there for some more lessons, from the Master.

Posted by on February 10, 2013

Congrats with another n°1 Robby - No discussion about the main object :-)

Posted by Jeroen Stroes on February 10, 2013

Yep Robert, a much better airport for spotting instead of Balen/ Keiheuvel.. Gr Jeroen

Posted by Casper Kolenbrander on February 10, 2013

Beautiful picture Robert!

Posted by JAMES BABINSKI on February 09, 2013

Im just wondering if people are seeing this photo for the plane or the girl... hmmm

Posted by GCAgraz on February 09, 2013

An A320 you said...? Um, no, sorry. Did not see any aircraft...

Posted by Conor Megaffin on February 09, 2013

Is there a plane in this picture?

Posted by Marseno Bremer on February 09, 2013

3 Beauties, one shot!

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