Planes in the sky

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  1. ahelg

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    Interesting, you normally dont see them that close together over most of Europe due to busy air traffic, I guess further north as aircraft climb to cruising altitude for the North Atlantic tracks, they squeeze in together.....
     
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    This is an interesting composition!
    The gradual changing of the colours of the sky is nice to look at and the parallel flight of these to planes that high up in the sky is intriguing!
     
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    When I first saw it I figured it would be two military aircraft as they seemed to be flying more or less in the same direction. I was lucky I snatched it. I was sitting at my computer workin on some college work when I looked out the window and there they were, so I grabbed the camera and snapped it.

    I might be wrong about them being military aircraft. I'm no expert on this, but I thought that they usually fly in groups of three. Also military aircraft don't usually fly at such high altitudes.
     

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