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Awesome A320 Photo

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Not any news but a very cool photo! (www.jetphotos.net) More...

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sheka
mark tufts 0
neat photo
BAW289
Stephen W. 0
Nice pic
kb9uwu
Matt Comerford 0
nice!
saupatel
Saurabh Patel 0
thanks for the kind words guys.
wjchang
Woojin Chang 0
Great!!!
jbreckeen
I got $20 on the red . . .
jkabradley
Justin Bradley 0
Wow! Very cool.
jetman05
John Burnham 0
wow, how did you get the planes to stop in the air like that? just kidding, great shot, nice job and looks awesome. :)
crackerpup
crackerpup 0
Cool shot! Looks like LAX considering the background and the Virgin America plane.
alfadog
alfadog 0
@Saurabh
Are they flying in formation at an airshow?
toolguy105
toolguy105 0
Not a fan of Airbus; but will admit that is a great photo
saupatel
Saurabh Patel 0
Hi John, these are regular 28L/R arrivals at SFO. they usually have parallel arrivals. The best however is the 01L/R simultaneous departures. Two aircraft takeoff and then bank away steeply. Its like an airshow all day at SFO :).
regards,
Saurabh
alfadog
alfadog 0
@Saurabh
Wow. I thought of that as the other possibility but then thought "Nah, too close together." That is really a great shot there and the fact that it was not an airshow makes it that much better! Excellent job.

saupatel
Saurabh Patel 0
Thanks John, There are quite a few more interesting ones I have captured in San Francisco, I will upload some here on flightaware too. Check out these :

http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=6971203
http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=6223501
http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=6219841
alfadog
alfadog 0
@Saurabh
Thanks, I'll check them out.
Waleishola03
Wale Ishola 0
Not a big Airbus fan but wow,new wallpaper for me.
junebug172
John Jurik 0
What lens did you use?
capnaux
Eric Auxier 0
Ah, ol' 651AW, flown it many times! It's a former America West plane, now USAirways. 150 passenger, with IAE A5 engines. Good ship.

Thanks, awesome pic!
saupatel
Saurabh Patel 0
@John Jurik, I used a Canon 40D with the 100-400 Prime Lens.
richfinck
Richard Finck 0
That is a great pic. Just curious, but how close were they? Guess no sweat on turbulence?
saupatel
Saurabh Patel 0
@Richard, in SFO, the 28's are 750 feet apart.
ysfsim
Ant Miraa 0
750 feet apart? that is too close for comfort. Then again, the camera angle makes them look closer. What happens when a good gust of surface cross-wind kicks up when they are landing?
saupatel
Saurabh Patel 0
Here is another illusion I captured at SFO. The CRJ seems like a sticker on the 777 :)

http://www.jetphotos.net/viewphoto.php?id=7154750

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