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    Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

    Two Widerøe flight just after take off, set course for Alta and Sørkjosen.


    WF 681 to Alta by Asimut, on Flickr


    WF 932 to Sørkjosen by Asimut, on Flickr

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      Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

      Cool and a bit unusual angles for being planespotter pictures. Great work Bengt!

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        Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

        A SAS plane painted in the old style seen at CPH a few days ago:

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          from a driving truck ,though dirty windows.



          best regards Thijs

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            best regards Thijs

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              Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

              Er-rr-rr... aren't you supposed to be driving ?
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                Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                yes,but i had 1 hand free to do other things
                best regards Thijs

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                  Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                  Yes, I thought you probably had two hands, like most of us. But in the UK it's illegal to use a mobile phone while driving, let alone a camera.
                  Ivy

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                  Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                    Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                    However, that last shot of yours is tremendous in what it shows - a plane on the bridge over a motorway! It's not often that you can catch something like that.
                    Ivy

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                    Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                      Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                      it's illegal here to to use the phone,but never heard something about a camera.
                      why you may not use a phone,but there is no problem to use the CB for us.weird

                      i have nothing with planes,but when i'm passing ''schiphol'' i always try to catch a plane.
                      there are 3 airplane bridges,but this on is the best for it.
                      best regards Thijs

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                        Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                        No, I don't know about the legality of using cameras. I should have expressed myself more clearly. I see them as even more dangerous than phones as your eyes are concentrated on the camera, not the road ahead, to the side and in the rear or side mirrors. But as for phones, if it is a fixed phone in the cab then I think that's OK, it is the handheld mobiles that are banned. And quite rightly, for however expert you may believe you are at driving with one hand, there can arise an emergency in which two hands on the wheel could avert a catastrophe. The coach driver I used on the Bunga.y Society trips would never even use the fixed phone while driving. If he received a call from his office he would never answer until he could find somewhere to pull in. On a motorway that was well-nigh impossible, so the call would remain unanswered.
                        His office knew the drill, and would not expect an immediate response.
                        Last edited by wherrygirl; June 9th, 2013, 10:58.
                        Ivy

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                        Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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                          Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                          Aeroflot from Washington to Moscow right above my apartment:

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                            Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                            An Emirates Airbus A380 from the Middle East to the US last Saturday, above Trondheim:



                            With best regards from Jan-Olav Storli

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                            Main page: http://www.captainsvoyage.com

                            Surround yourself with positive, ethical people who are committed to excellence.

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                              Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                              Wow! What crisp clear air you have. My hot, humid summer air makes everything 100 meters away look fuzzy or milky.

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                                Re: Endless thread ::: Aviation Photographs..

                                Now, these are pictures I like

                                As I said before; when looking at small dots of aircraft in front of contrails, I wonder who's on board, where they are headed (other than the end of that flight of course), who's there for the journey of their life, are they going for business or pleasure, funeral or wedding, what are they doing right now in that aluminum tube, who's waiting at the arrival airport, what's their story...???

                                Or is it only me?
                                "IF GOD COULD MAKE ANGELS...., WHY IN HELL MAKE MAN?"

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