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    [photoid=314208]

    Congrats to Richter.

  • #2
    Very cool...
    George R. Widener
    Oshkosh, WI USA
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    • #3
      Now thats a sweet picture.
      -Ralph Duenas

      Knowledge & Power Overcome Superstition And Luck.

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      • #4
        How in the world is that possible unless every window was closed or he used PS to black-out almost the whole plane? I'm not trying to dis-credit his work, I'd just like an explanation of his method. It couldn't be backlit because the clouds we see are lit by sun behind the camera. It just seems nearly impossible to create a silhouette in this situation.
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        • #5
          Very nice.
          Congrats Richter

          Eagles may soar, but weasels never get sucked into jet intakes

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          • #6
            very cool, but

            1e, why no light true the windows
            2e why does a 737 has its tires out while he is still above the clouds?
            3e how did he ever got so close
            My New Photo Name on JP.net is DutchAviation!!!!

            why should we fight about wich aircraft manufactor is better..............


            thats so childish....



            because hey we all know boeing is better

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MauwieAir
              2e why does a 737 has its tires out while he is still above the clouds?
              3e how did he ever got so close
              2. He ain't above the clouds. The clouds are behind the jet.
              3. Zoom lens.

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