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Airbus A380-800 (G-XLEJ)

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Gilles Lavoie
What a huge monster !!!
Very nice shot.
Magnifique !!!!!!
Juan Chao
which are the lights that look back and up the plane? is a reflection?
Renaud Arcand
To Juan Chao

Since this picture was taken at night, it needed a long exposition time. The lights must be from a moving aircraft.
n9341c
Anyone know why British Airways chose a tapeworm as their corporate logo? I'm just curious.
Roy Hunte
Speechlessly awestricken!!!
bpforest
The star effect, unless it is a filter, usually results from a higher aperture number, smaller iris opening, meaning possible tripod and longer exposure than traditional hand holding allows for.. and light streaks from moving objects would be a telltale signature of this scenario. Not seeing much other movement in the frame though.
Lawrence YenPhoto Uploader
Thanks everyone for the comments!
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