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Aircraft: Airbus A380-861

Airline: Air France

Serial #: 099




An Air France A380 rotates from LAX climbing up through the marine fog layer that had persisted most of the day.


Canon EOS 7D

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

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Comments (23)
Posted by JeffinMass on October 02, 2016

What a beauty! AM or PM?

Posted by hnorthpacks on August 06, 2014

Very nice Edward!

Posted by hnorthpacks on April 07, 2014

Posted by Neil McDonald - The Hong Kong Spotters on January 14, 2014

Great photo mate.

Posted by Eden Briand on December 20, 2013

This is one of the best shots I have seen in a while here at JP ! Well done Mr. Rowson !

Posted by tonyholt777 on December 04, 2013

well seen and taken. well done !

Posted by Saurabh Patel on November 07, 2013

Wonderful Capture James. The marine layer on that day was a blessing in disguise :).

Posted by JAMES BABINSKI on November 02, 2013

Cant get tired of looking at this!

Posted by M. Azizul Islam on October 24, 2013

A tremendous shot James. Really well done. Easy choice for one of my PC and I am sure it would scoop that award too to complete the hat trick of honours.

Posted by Dave Henderson on October 24, 2013

Stunning James, great catch!

Posted by Darren Howie - Vortex Aviation Photography on October 23, 2013

Brilliant image..

Posted by Pamela de Boer on October 23, 2013

What an amazing shot, great work James!

Posted by on October 23, 2013

Fantastic shot!! Definite PC for me :-)

Posted by Kay Hansen on October 23, 2013

An amazing and unusual artwork indeed, well done!

Posted by Montague Smith-WorldWide Aviation Photos on October 23, 2013

That's the money shot right there! Well done, James.

Posted by KEVIN ROWETT on October 23, 2013

One word mate, "STUNNING" Regards. Kevin

Posted by Stefan Kuhn - seahawk on October 23, 2013


Posted by Seth Jaworski on October 23, 2013

WOW! Way to make the best of the challenging conditions!

Posted by Alex - SPOT THIS! on October 23, 2013

Absolutely stunning shot !!!!!!

Posted by Alessandro Iglesias on October 23, 2013

Awesome picture! I wonder why you accepted to go on a heli spotting in such a bad weather... but in the end the result is incredible! Lucky you! :D

Posted by Kris V on October 23, 2013

Simply Awesome!

Posted by Jan Jasinski - AirTeamImages on October 23, 2013

Best air2air shot to date. Nailed it James, right place, right time, right photographer ;)

Posted by Ryan Coulter on October 22, 2013

It's like a dream! Stunning capture James!!

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