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Boeing 747-400 (N668US) - Snow storm !
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Boeing 747-400 (N668US)


Snow storm !


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Gary Schenauer
Tremendous capture, John.
Mark Thomas
Excellent shot John!
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thanks Rich. that always happens. it's an input glitch on their back end. thanks for noticing that minor detail but did you like the picture ?
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Thanks Mark and Gary ! :)
Super photo!
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thank you Leland !
Ron Harper
Great shot!
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thanks Ron !
Dwight Hartje
John,you don't fail to get some great shot! Very nice shot!
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many thanks Dwight ! :)
What was he here for?
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NFL charter
Darryl Sarno
Fantastic as usual John!
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Thank you Darryl
Dhruv Kalra
Possible to get this in 2560x1440 for wallpaper?

dk AT minniecenter DOT org
Kevin Watterson
Where was this?
Congratulations John - this is a spectacular photo!!!
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Thank you very very much Jen !!! x's 10
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@ Kwatt KBOS Logan Airport Boston Ma 02128 33L departure
Russ Taylor
Great pic John. Do you sell any of your photos? I would be interested in this.
a.g loyd
Excellent shot
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20,000 views Sept. 25th 2015
fantastic shot! 5 stars!
Max G
Nice shot!, Too Bad Delta is retiring these beautiful birds.
Love the snow being kicked up!
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thanks Japanjeff !!
patrick baker
damn shame these magnificent planes will be fewer in number with scheduled airlines. When these 747's came out, National Airlines had a pair of them, and I was number 3 or 4 behind one of them going into Miami International Airport. I stayed above the approach profile for 9-right and it seemed that I was water skiing behind a whale. A view that is memorable still to this day. These have become obsolete but still fly well. These defined comfort and class until the A380 came along.
Evan Browne
Wow, I would freeze to death planespotting in the winter, congrats for not getting frostbite XD, I live in NH
Richard Ashley
Roy Hunte
Speedtrap, they were inherited from Northwest Airlines when they merged.
Gary Schenauer
Nine still flying for Delta (N662US, N665US, N666US, N667US, N668US, N669US, N670US, N673US, and N674US). The most recent flight of N662US (the one shown in my folder) took it to Narita.
Iain Robertson
Delta was one of the original operators of the classic Boeing 747. In 1970, Delta ordered 5 747-100 series, and operated the type from September, 1970 to April, 1977.
Great shot!!
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Thank you Cade !
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Thank you Bartololmeo !
That's a spectacular shot. So long 747s.
wow. incredible.
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Thank you Sweeney20 !
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Thank you redsoxrowe !
Incredible shot John!
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Thank you Spencey !
God bless the 747
Carlos Campos
Amazing Picture
John - that's a fantastic shot. I just picked up a cut out segment of the fuselage from that jet with a mirror in the window - and I was looking for a picture of the section in her former glory - and you nailed it. Much appreciated!
hey JM - would you be open to selling me a high resolution version of that shot? I'd like to get a proper print of it - but not without your blessing. jamoore at gmail.com
David Pyatt
Great airplane. I first flew on a CP Air 747 out of Vancouver to Toronto. I had no concept until then of how big they where until then.
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Thank you David. simply the best !
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