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Airbus A321 (N916UW)


This was one of the first few departures out of KSNA this morning (a little after 7). This A-321 used up a lot of runway because this spot is at the very end of the runway and he wasn't too high yet. I know the lighting isn't good at all and I normally would just send one like this to the recycle bin on my computer but I still kind of like something about this photo so I decided to upload anyway.


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Gary Schenauer
Straight 5! This is a beauty! Mark, remember .... in today's world, anyone and everybody from the age of five on up can take a picture of an aircraft and think of themselves as aviation photographers. It takes no skill to point a phone or a pad at something and click a decent pic of it. (There is an 8 year old kid down the street who uses his phone to take very fine photos of racing dirt bikes.) So to be a cut above the "anyones" and "everybodys", a person must be able to "see" the unique scene / angle / etc., that the "anyones" are either unable or unwilling to see and then make an effort, whether or not the conditions are perfect, to capture it ... like you did here. Congrats & Bravos!
Mark CPhoto Uploader
Thank you very much for the compliments Gary. Greatly appreciated!
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