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Thread: An Azzaro retrospective, Part 5: Big Birds - Jetliners

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    Red face An Azzaro retrospective, Part 5: Big Birds - Jetliners

    Half way there now. Just think of this as binge watching a Netflix series and you'll be fine.

    Bit of a disclaimer here. I'm a low and slow kind of guy so I don't have a ton of jetliner pix.
    Many of the ones I do have seem to be A380s. Most from quite a few years ago.

    I think they're still worth a look so, here we go... -- Bob

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    Not bad for a "low and slow man"! Nice big-birds here!

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    Good ones too. I like to views of low-flying airliners!

    "this as binge watching a Netflix series and you'll be fine." Netflix called the guy recently who had had a binge a series viewing as the latter admitted he was a bit depressed lately. Hope you psychiatrically well
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    Great shots, and I really love the Ferrari!

    No G'erard Bob hasn't been "psychiatrically well" for as long as I've been on this board.

    Michael

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    "Bob hasn't been "psychiatrically well" for as long... "
    Gérard Guichard, Dijon, Burgundy, France. i5 Intel processor, 4 Go of Ram, Nvidia GeForce 920MX, DirectX 12.0, and FSX Gold Edition with SP1, SP2. My personal flightsim website is at http://flightlessons.6te.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rupert View Post
    No G'erard Bob hasn't been "psychiatrically well" for as long as I've been on this board.
    Wait... you guys are having a psychiatric fest without me? Let the craziness continue...



    Am liking them all, Bob, with an special fondness for shot #3.

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    "No G'erard Bob hasn't been "psychiatrically well" for as long as I've been on this board."

    Pray tell whom has????????????
    The copious numbers of CFIT and water landings alone are horrific and we still take off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macroburst View Post

    Quote Originally Posted by the Michael Man
    "No G'erard Bob hasn't been "psychiatrically well" for as long as I've been on this board."
    Pray tell whom has????????????
    A simmer with his head wrapped around the issue. Am liking this.


    Quote Originally Posted by Macroburst
    The copious numbers of CFIT and water landings alone are horrific and we still take off!
    Yea, verily: CFIT. The edges surrounding the air can be hazardous to one's health, provided of course one survives the expensive noises.

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    Holy moly, I have things to do other than respond to all these dam posts Bob.

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