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Boeing 777-300 (B-1266)


heavy rain in Frankfurt!


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Hugh Kelso
Wonderful shot, Uwe! I like how one can just see the wingtip vortices traced across the front of the condensation coming off of the wing.
Great shot! Nice visual for "where does lift come from?"
Curtis Smith
I LOVE this!!! I also love how it will appear/disappear in a flash! A true visual on aerodynamics and modern wing design. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!
First airline to have a Cloaking Mode. The chemtrails conspiracy theory people will have something new to talk about.
Great shot! Classic example of tip-to-tip lift distribution. Wonder if/how that distribution pattern (and wing bending) might be changed by winglets?
Uwe ZinkePhoto Uploader
thank you Hugh!
Uwe ZinkePhoto Uploader
thank you jahamley
Uwe ZinkePhoto Uploader
Hi Curtis !
will do my best ever!
Greg Byington
Uwe ZinkePhoto Uploader
danke Greg!!
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