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737-400 landing at East Midlands at dusk


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7 hours ago, lifejogger said:

Excellent shots, your sky looks great!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you very much! :) 


6 hours ago, Jack Sawyer said:

Fantastic, especially over the bridge.

Thank you very much, Jack! :) 


2 hours ago, Iain Emms said:

Grand set of shots indeed.




Thank you very much, Iain :) ! 

22 minutes ago, dolf8857 said:

These are amazing shots Dario!

Thank you very much! :) 

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7 hours ago, renault said:

5th from the end. You've tricked us all by sneaking in a photo!!

Just a wonderful, super sequence of screenshots Dario:)




Thank you so much, Pete! I was also surprised by what I found. It was like playing hide and seek :) 


6 hours ago, teecee said:

Magic shots, Thanks for posting them..Terry.


Thank you very much, Terry! :) 


3 hours ago, adambar said:

Excellent set of shots Dario! :)


Thank you very much, Adam! :) 


2 hours ago, flyingleaf said:

Beautiful shot Dario. Crisp and clear. But I didn't know that 737 comes with Diesel engines judging by that exhaust:rolleyes::D


Thank you very much! :) I think you are right, it's Diesel or maybe they sold me an old plane! :) 


2 hours ago, Aussieflyer38 said:

Great shots Dario, look so real.





Thank you very much, Don! :)

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Dario, I loved the opening shot of the 737 skidding around the corner. The subsequent shots were just as interesting and worthy of a careful study. I am curious about the smoke. Haven't seen that much from a jet since the days of the 707. Was that part of the normal flight program, or were there engine issues going on?

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