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Piper Cherokee Arrow (N53M)

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One of 3M's corporate jet's facing a small aircraft.

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Paul Wisgerhof
Looks like the Gulfstream is about to make a left turn onto the taxiway. Big lose for the Cessna if it doesn't!
Don Ridgeway
David meets Goliath LOL
the rich & the poor boy ...
Roy Hunte
Frederik I'd say the rich and the richer, the poor boys can barely maintain a car let alone a Cessna.
Jack Sullivan
"Request progressive taxi instructions, please"
The wonders of a good great telelense :-) Correct?
marylou anderson
Maybe, "OOPS" is better.
Roy Hunte
Same uploader too Jim, ironic...
CDBrozovich
Thought bubbles:

"Wow, what memories. That's where I started!"

"Wow, what a dream. That's where I want to be!"
Isaac Vogelzang
A closer look implies that this is Photoshop, as the Cessna is not on a taxiway (the yellow boundary line crosses in front of the Cessna), while the Cessna's engine is running. Another thing is that the Gulfstream's wings look long enough to maybe strike the Cessna aircraft.
bpforest
I am leaning more toward the image that has the Gulfstream isolated is the one being more manipulated as the asphalt is cleaner and paint lines have been extended at the right lower corner of the image. The paint lines are crisper, more visible in the isolated image.
This cleaned up image makes for a more presentable, ad piece in the future.
Where was this taken, Baudette?
Brian EllingPhoto Uploader
Not hiding the fact I DID photoshop the hell out of this. I cleaned all the taxiway markers and all field equipment out, to me it makes a less cluttered image.
Bornn
Посторонись, пропусти малыша!
Bornn
like God
Isaac Vogelzang
Regardless of playing with it, cool shot. Also, a very good photoshop because it took me a few minutes to see that.
Brian EllingPhoto Uploader
Thank you for the compliments
Jim and Isaac
Roy Hunte
It's a chrystal clear shot nevertheless.

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