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David James Clelford
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Airport: Germany - Munich (MUC / EDDM)
Photo taken on 2007-12-29 by Oldrich Chmel [Contact]
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(5.10.2010, 22:20 CET)
A lone anonymous (not really, I know that guy ;-) spotter enjoying that beautiful white winter morning scenery along the Munich's south runway (08R/26L)..... Nothing seems to beat such kind of a trip - you have an all day long photographing session in front of you... just you, a nice spotting location, nice light, a friendly airport security used to photographers and spotters, friendly local people liking to be around, and .... a busy airport. [Please excuse a lower quality - a JPEG shot, coming from an older camera.].
1 David James Clelford
(5 October 2010 - 22:24 CET)
Absolutely beautiful Oldrich. Looking forward to spending some lovely winters day shoots with you.
2 Oldrich Chmel
(5 October 2010 - 22:49 CET)
Thanks David! I am sure we will arrange for that, looking forward to it too. A word of warning - it is quite cold out there in December!! I still remember how frozen one gets - after few hours only ;-)
3 Michael Carbery
(6 October 2010 - 12:00 CET)
Now that's dedication :)
4 Emanuel Linert
(6 October 2010 - 14:31 CET)
Yes a great one! MUC is one of my favourite airports!
5 Stuart Lawson
(6 October 2010 - 17:35 CET)
Oldrich ... Dave is hardcore ... so that is t-shirt and shorts weather for him .. :-)
(6 October 2010 - 21:58 CET)
Jeez, that looks cold! Nice location shot.
(7 October 2010 - 15:11 CET)
Oldrich, did you use the IR filter?;-)
8 Oldrich Chmel
(7 October 2010 - 16:34 CET)
Thanks guys for the comments and ratings. It was really quite cold If Dave will make it there in shorts and a t-shirt only, in such a weather, surely I will make and submit another 'Photography Location' shot ;-) I had a polarizing filter mounted but probably because of the cold it got stuck and I couldn't rotate it properly (hence the not that perfect sky). Cheers, Oldrich
9 Martin Krupka
(7 October 2010 - 22:57 CET)
I'm so looking forward to join you.