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  1. AIRIC

    AIRIC TPF Noob!

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    Spent the evening after work shooting at Toronto International Airport. Great lighting and a host of International flights.

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    whats in store for post #1,000?
     
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    amazing as usual. please tell me you are familiar with www.airliners.net , which is nothing more than the best aviation website there is...
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Only more proof that what I have just said over in "General" (in your "Celebrating-the-one-thousand"-thread) about you being one of the best round here is oh! so true! These are amazingly clear - and the first photo presented shows a LUFTHANSA airliner :D. Heehee. Something German on here (beside me). :D
    And what a sky you had! Crystal clear weather. Wow.
    Winglets up, flaps down... they were all on landing approach, weren't they?
     
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    You have an incredable flair for framing a picture and great exposures, good work.
     
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    haha. actually i think they were all taking off, and you can't put the winglets down :wink:
     
  7. AIRIC

    AIRIC TPF Noob!

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    They were on take-off. they need a percentage of flap to help generate more lift for a shorter take-off roll.

    Eric
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oh, I see. So I was wrong then. Shows just about how much "knowledge" I have of aviation... should have conferred with my son before I wrote that post :er:. He would have known. I'm sure. Ah well... doesn't make the photos any worse ;).
     
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    The wifes away the lens will play. So it seems. By the way cool shots as usual. How's the quality time?
     
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    With our wives away I'm getting in some good quality time. Tonight I took my dad out for dinner and we shot the city at sunset. Will post soon.

    Eric
     

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