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Airbus A319

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The skies were heavily overcast, the temp was in the mid 20s, and a strong wind was blowing; but a brief snow shower had stopped and no more snow was falling when this UA A319 was snapped while still two miles out on final approach to KRNO's 34L.

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serge LOTH
Gary how did you take that picture???? Formation flight??... I m joking.
Cade Emtage
Beautiful Photo!
Tom Vance
5 Snowbirds on this shot Gman!***** mid 20s...??? yikes!
Gary SchenauerPhoto Uploader
Hokey smokes, guys. I'm sorry about not acknowledging your comments. I had not been looking back at my previous posts. Cade & Alien >> Hi again and TYVM for your comments. Serge L. >> Thank you, also. As for how I get the angles on these, there is a mountain (well, it's more like a tall hill) just to the southeast of the parallel 34s so when the inbounds are arriving from the south they actually fly by lower than I'm standing so I often get to shoot down on them as they pass by on s/final.
Andre Blanchard
Nice shot
Tom Vance
Highest rated FA 3/16/2018 sweet shot Gman!!

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