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new pictures from phoenix sky harbor (better quality)

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atreyu Captain

well last thursday my new camera came (nikon D50) and i wanted to try it out at the airport so on saturday i went and here is what i got. i didn't get to many cuz it got hot fast out there. tell me what you think because i think these are better than the first pictures i posted on here, and hope you like them 😉

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here is speedbird 289 coming from heathrow on its daily flight

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its sad that this livery wont be around much longer...

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Germán Campopiano (Oberkomando) Captain

Great pictures, an a nice camera.
Thanks for thst shots! 👍

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Jake (JarJarBinks) Chief Captain

for a second i thought it was the simulator 😂

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vlad (tiger7881) First Officer

Oberkomando wrote:

Great pictures, an a nice camera.
👍

indeed !!

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Jonathan (99jolegg) Chief Captain

Lovely shots Atreyu 👍

Well taken 😎

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Faucett First Officer

😳 😳 Absolutely fantastic. Those are some of the best shots I've seen. Try for a little background
in the pics on your next trip, and you'll be perfect, IMO.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Excellent shots you have a very nice camera!

Radar

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CaptDennison First Officer

I live in Phoenix too. I just posted a couple screenshots of Sky Harbor with Simulating Art's Newset scenry addon.

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oreo005 First Officer

😳 WOW 😳 !!! Those are great pics. I like pictures, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9!

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liam (Liono) Chief Captain

Could I have those as my desktop wallpaper please.

1024x768 please.

Steve

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CrashGordon Chief Captain

How did you find a day with a clear blue sky? Every time I used to drive to Phoenix from the Whit Mountains, I would come down US 60 and see this giant yellow haze over the entire valley.

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atreyu Captain

CrashGordon wrote:

How did you find a day with a clear blue sky? Every time I used to drive to Phoenix from the Whit Mountains, I would come down US 60 and see this giant yellow haze over the entire valley.

well we went early in the moring and in the evening (to catch the 747) and in the morning i had good lighting so i guess that helped

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pilotwannabe Chief Captain

Great pics atreyu ❗ ❗

Puts mine too shame 😀

😉

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atreyu Captain

to me its amazing that i got these pictures with the kit lens that came with the d50 (18-55) wich is about a 3.5x zoom. but i bought a bigger zoom lens so ill able to get closer up to the planes next time i go.

p.s. after i eat lunch im going to post some other new pictures from another time i went.

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Ryan Finn (pilotguy44) First Officer

nice shots 😎 👍

its sad that this livery wont be around much longer...

..why do you say that?

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pilotwannabe Chief Captain

pilotguy44 wrote:

..why do you say that?

I think America West have now merged with USairways 😉 ....under the USairways brand but they have altered their livery to reflect the change 😀

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Ryan Finn (pilotguy44) First Officer

yes, that makes sense, seeing that when I checked "www.americawest.com" it re-directed me to usairways.com

also.. on Airliners.net when you search "America West" for the airline, some USAirways jets come up in the results. (with the new USAirways color scheme... and an America West registration number)

...was this a mutual merger, or did USAirways take over America West?

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atreyu Captain

yea they already have a lot of the airbuses painted in the new livery and there starting the crj-900's and iv heard they going to be done with the 737's before the end of the summer. i am kinda curious to see a 737 in the new livery though

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

👍

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Germán Campopiano (Oberkomando) Captain

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