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Boeing 737-700 (N432WN) - Departing from 30L. to LAS.  Seagull at top, was headed in the opposite direction. until jet came up. then turned around ..
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Boeing 737-700 (N432WN)


Departing from 30L. to LAS. Seagull at top, was headed in the opposite direction. until jet came up. then turned around ..


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Gary Schenauer
Clement, the dang seagull photobombed your click!! This is a FANTASTIC capture!! This is priceless. It is absolutely Five Star. The race between the tortoise and the hare. There is no way to plan for a shot like this; it just "happens" and when it does and when it comes out like this, it is one for the archives for sure. So many things could have gone wrong (the gull partially out of view or its wings closed instead of fully extended, etc.), but in this shot EVERYTHING is perfect! I wish I could get a snap like this, but it will never happen. My ultimate Congrats to you, Clement. This is the Photo Of The Week. "5"!!!! for sure.
Dave Sheehy
Gary-LOL Its like the gull is saying "hey I can do that better" 5* pic Clement!
Joe Willett
Be curious if anyone sitting in a window seat actually saw or noticed the bird. But a fantastic photo of my favorite airlines, just the same.
Dwight Hartje
Amazing shot! Very well framed with the other bird!
Clement Roberts_ksjc408@aol.comPhoto Uploader
Thank You all for your kind remarks
Bryce Ford
Excellent pic!
I'm sure the bird is thinking "I can see this is another plane with a WVSS-II included. That helps to support weather forecasting so I can prepare for what mother nature has in store for us. So I guess I'll let this one pass."
Ruth Wetzel
Dream big!
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