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Old Nov 15, 2015, 8:04 PM   #241
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Wow, what a beautiful capture..!!

Love the creamy color of the background, it is great shot and it shows very well the body of this rare plane.

Congratulations I see it was posted at Airliners.net thats mean it passes all the filters to be featured in that page.

Thank you for posting Jehan.
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Old Nov 17, 2015, 10:04 PM   #242
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Not an airplane flying but some on the water:

Vancouver:




Vancouver Convention Centre:



Stanley Park:



Capilano Suspension Bridge:



Lions Gate Bridge:



Have a great day everyone.
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Quite the capture, Jehan.

I've never seen or heard of this Boeing aircraft before your post.
Thanks for sharing.

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good morning Marcelo,

As usual another set of great captures. Did you actually go across the suspension bridge? Not sure if I would do that, I tend to get vertigo just walking up a flight of stairs these days.
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Quite the capture, Jehan.

I've never seen or heard of this Boeing aircraft before your post.
Thanks for sharing.

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Thanks Zig. Called the Dreamlifter, this aircraft is used by Boeing to transport major components (fuselage and wings sections) of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft from points in Japan and Europe to Everett, Washington where it is assembled. I believe there are just 4 of them in operation--so it is a rare and exciting sighting.
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Marcello, fantastic 'scapes as to be expected from you! Of course, you'd probably have guessed that the one with the float planes is my favorite! That is a nice composition. The reflections are especially nice.

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Marcello, fantastic 'scapes as to be expected from you! Of course, you'd probably have guessed that the one with the float planes is my favorite! That is a nice composition. The reflections are especially nice.

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Thank you Jehan, I saw the airplanes on the water I knew it was a shoot you will like it
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I found the old boots my son left on the deck an I kew it will make a nice picture.

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I was hired for a senior portrait session but the day was very dark, the fall colors help me to enhance the captures.

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Very nice Marcelo. Nice DoF and bokeh. The overcast day provided for some very even and difused lighting.

I think you an go ahead and quit the day job!

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