Aviation Photo #1681595 Airbus A380-861 - Emirates

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Emirates 412 super climbs out off 16R as Singapore 221 Super climbs through 1000ft after departing off 16R,A very rare occasion to capture 2 A380s in the one shot especially with both being in the air.
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    Mark A Harris
    Emirates
    Airbus A380-861
    Airbus A380
    Airbus A380
    Airbus
    013
    A6-EDB
    Sydney - Kingsford Smith International (Mascot)
    New South Wales
    Australia
    April 4, 2010
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Comments (132)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Love the photo, really shows the size of this beautiful beast
Anonymous
7 years ago
OMG, I usually don't comment on photos. But I am amazed at this view! Well done...
Anonymous
7 years ago
What a wonderful wonderful photo!!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow, what a special capture.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Truly incredible -- one of the best shots I have yet to view on this site. The framing is perfect, timing, everything! Awesome photograph.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Two 380 in a row! Decent!
Anonymous
7 years ago
If I werent seeing this by myself I'd say its a dream!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Simply amazing! What a sight....
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very good timing!
Excellent photo
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing shot Mark.It looks like as if a squadron of spacecrafts was leaving the Earth for a space travel. Congratulations!
Anonymous
7 years ago
5 stars picture. gotta be nice to see those two live in the air.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Two A380 nice shot the lighting is nice too
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice video man, A380 love from the Caribbean.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow...incredible shot...talk about being in the right place at the right time!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very cool picture, thanks Mark!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing to see consecutive departures of A380s from SYD...Sweeter still that they belong to the "other" carriers operating there instead of Qantas! Now only if we could have all the 3 carrier's 380s in one shot ahhhhh
Anonymous
7 years ago
It's the way of the future, howard hughes was right.
Anonymous
7 years ago
One rare shot indeed!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Terrific, simply terrific! Despite all the issues with this plane, the whales jet finally spread their wings around the world.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Follow the leader
Anonymous
7 years ago
Whoa! This is so cool!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Next time we expect the Qantas Super as well... ;)
Anonymous
7 years ago
I simply love it! Right time at the right place! Thanks to share with us!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great shot, fantastic!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
One hell off a shot.
Anonymous
7 years ago
It is very unusual to see two A380s together in the air. Nice sharp Emirates plane in foreground while the Singapore one fades towards cloud. I guess it is the telephoto effect which made me initially wonder about the separation employed at YSSY!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Just amazing!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Outstanding! Both planes seem like living creatures chasing one another. Very artistic. Bravo, Mark.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Now this one is interesting shot of A380s! Nice one!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow one day this will be a common site at heathrow
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great catch
Anonymous
7 years ago
Unique!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Like a pod of whales
Anonymous
7 years ago
Fantastic Capture Mark, 5* for me, no doubt!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow, this is rare!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great to see the big beauties of two great airlines
Anonymous
7 years ago
Just Breathtaking!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Aha, what do the Boeing commercial people think of this?
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing, looks quite close to each other...
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow! This one really made my day! Thank you!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice capture Mark! Wish we had this possibility in Melbourne :) Keep it up. Jonathan Mackojc
Anonymous
7 years ago
Being a Sydney Spotter this is awesome, will go down as a classic shot. Nice shot from the mound....
Anonymous
7 years ago
Indeed, very rare occasion, nice. looks like they´re performing a formation climbout... :) I like these vortices above the wing coming from the inner engines strakes
Anonymous
7 years ago
This is an amazing shot, well done! I miss spotting at YSSY. 5 Stars for me
Anonymous
7 years ago
Extraordinary!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing shot!!! Birds of a feather flock together.... :) ...
Anonymous
7 years ago
Superb! 5*
Anonymous
7 years ago
What a rare,fabulous shot!very professional and perfect.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing photo and excellent timing. SYD is A380 heaven!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Indeed, extremly rare occasion, great pict!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Indeed, a very rare capture, great composition, brilliant Mark.
Anonymous
7 years ago
When a rare occassion is cought in a crisp, dynamic and interesting image, thats a classic.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Well captured moment!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Simply magnificent
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great shot - it really shows the size of these aircraft and must have been difficult to capture
Anonymous
7 years ago
"He's behind you, you can run but you can't hide." brilliant shot! Mark.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Could become THE BEST shot @ airliners.net...
I'm just...WOW... It made my day, maybe the whole week... Congrats for this once in a lifetime shot...
Anonymous
7 years ago
Let's talk about wake turbulence... seems the SIA A380 is heavier than the EK A380 according to the flaps setting. very nice photo indeed!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Fabulous shot!!! Amazing to catch two airborne A380's in one photo.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow!
Anonymous
7 years ago
It takes immense skill to take such an excellent shot of such luck.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great shot and lucky timing
Anonymous
7 years ago
Stunning!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice pic!
Anonymous
7 years ago
I never saw such a "weird" and wonderful shot of two A380 seen taking-off at the same time, same airport! Smashing take! 5*****!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow gotta love this sight!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Awesome shot!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Now i what they mean when they say - sky is heavy today!!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Superb...!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Too close for comfort
Anonymous
7 years ago
Nice photo, 2 superjumbos in one capture
Anonymous
7 years ago
Caution, airport is closed for 20 minutes due to severe wake turbulence.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Only one word: WOW!
Anonymous
7 years ago
WOW. I thought the A380 was following right behind the A340 or 747...
Anonymous
7 years ago
This is going on my desktop! Just amazing photo.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Worth a billion stars!!!i would have never thought of a scenery like this until i saw this capture...truly breathtaking!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Amazing!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Awesome perspective!
Anonymous
7 years ago
What a fantastic shot this is just brilliant!!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Breathtaking - right perspective, right moment, just "picture perfect" :-)
Anonymous
7 years ago
when I first saw the thumbnail picture I thought it was a RC plane. Nice lighting and good timing with the 747 in the backround. 5*
Anonymous
7 years ago
Wow... somebody here missed the whole point. There is No 747 in the shot. Both are A380's. Imagine there are more than 1000 people hanging in the sky at this moment in the pic. Super
Anonymous
7 years ago
Right time, right moment....absolutely fantastic this shot !!!
Anonymous
7 years ago
To the visitor below:-There's no 747 in there; both are A380s. "super" suffix is exclusive to the A380!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Exсellent camera angle! You've got another 5-star from me
and beautiful plane
Anonymous
7 years ago
Brillent pic
Anonymous
7 years ago
Shot of a life time
Anonymous
7 years ago
Great Photo, I love living in Sydney, we get the best of everything
Anonymous
7 years ago
Well done! Once in a lifetime chance!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice picture, and dificult of taking 2 A380 of different companies on air.
Anonymous
7 years ago
2 a380s! WOW!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Thats what I call timing ;)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Just amazing!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Absolutely amazing shot of two 380's!
Anonymous
6 years ago
I was on flightradar 24 yesterday and it got SIA321 and QF10 both departing LHR to SIN
Anonymous
6 years ago
A very well thought out photograph......love it .Only wish I had taken it.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great shot, once in a lifetime opportunity, week done!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice capture
Anonymous
6 years ago
Throw some METAL in the air! The vortices over Emirates' engines are handsome
Anonymous
6 years ago
Brilliant pic, well done.
Anonymous
6 years ago
This picture contains so much power within it! Amazing shot!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Two supers right after rotation....what else does one want for that day!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
4 x 340 kN (GP72XX,Emirates) + 4 x 311 kN (Trent970,Singapore) = 2.604 kN of pure thrust in one picture!! Amazing!!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Very Unique Shot!!!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Skills with the camera
Anonymous
6 years ago
Hahaha 'Emirates 412 Super cleared for takeoff caution wake turbulence!'
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great shot! You're lucky!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow, simply superb! they look so great
Anonymous
6 years ago
It is amazing
Anonymous
6 years ago
A technological moment!!!!!!!!!
I have the impression to be in 2030 when A380 will be something commonplace.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great photo
Anonymous
6 years ago
Excellent...
Anonymous
5 years ago
Awesome !!
:o)
Anonymous
5 years ago
Unbelievable it is magic to take this kind of shoot .....
Anonymous
5 years ago
Hunter's delight.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great zoom capability and a rare photograph
Anonymous
5 years ago
Brilliant photo, I love these aircraft.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Catch!Well the dominant carriers of the future are surely visable.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Really nice! It's incredible how they can look so near each other!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Two A380s taking off.. one up and one just up
Anonymous
5 years ago
Its amazing 2 a380's together
Anonymous
5 years ago
Double take. Unique shot! Nice :-)
Anonymous
5 years ago
It is an amazing shot of an extremely rare occasion. the lens focus and angles are also spectacular.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Amazing! Two A<380 in one picture! Beautiful!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Thank you for helping me find this facebook, it is truely stunning how beautiful this is
Anonymous
5 years ago
Wow!
Anonymous
5 years ago
Simply amazing. One of the best shots I have seen on this site.
Anonymous
5 years ago
Great photo
Anonymous
4 years ago
Awesome picture !!
Anonymous
4 years ago
Such lucky timing to get 2 giant A380's in formation.
2   New South Wales, Australia
6 months ago
A beautiful photo, a beautiful photo! Liked!

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