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thorn 12 124 2 Scotland
20 May 2005 3:29AM
Hi Dimitris,Love the jet stream and the way you have it showing streaming from both wing tips like that.Fantastic angle practically on its side showing the underbelly gears and details.I also love the way the ground is just blur enough to give you the feeling of what the pilot would see from the aerial shot.Spectacular capture.Take care.AnnSmile

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20 May 2005 3:53AM
Stunning image. Well done.
20 May 2005 4:38AM
Nice like the heat/haze from the thrust. Would you recommend the100-400 L IS?
20 May 2005 5:29AM
shanegreen

Nice like the heat/haze from the thrust. Would you recommend the100-400 L IS?



Yes i would, not the best but its a great lens.

Cheers

Dimitris
20 May 2005 5:31AM
Also many thanks to all for the comments.

Cheers

Dimitris
20 May 2005 5:52AM
Superb capture.

Regards Colin.
ian.daisley 12 96 6 England
20 May 2005 7:28AM
Like this one.
Ian.
MartinjD 11 171
20 May 2005 8:11AM
Another really fab shot Dimitris

Great vortices

Martin
dwjones 12 232 United Kingdom
20 May 2005 11:28AM
Are you tracking these plans ?????
You've got another cracker here......

Was this one in the same valley as the one with the truck in it ?

:Click:

Edit:
Just read some of your comments in your others images. So you must be based in RAF Valley then ? Are these 'low level' shots near/around Bala area or Ogwen Valley ??
starliz 12 1.6k 3 England
20 May 2005 1:10PM
thought Wales was a quiet place...great shot.
cf73 12 234 Australia
22 May 2005 1:53AM
Great shot, capturing the jet stream. Framing is great with the plane turning and coming back into the frame so to speak.
Would be good if you included some info in the photo description detailing where you were, exposure settings, what you like about it etc.

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