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15-July-2007
N78008 (EOS 400D, Canon EF 70-300mm 1:4-5,6 IS USM) (more of N78008)
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25-June-2005
N78008 Super Tug 4 tugging ship 8 to maintenance from the south side of IAH all the way around the north ramp via the north bride. Was an odd sight. [Canon EOS 300D + EF 100-400 L IS USM] (more of N78008)
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27-November-2004
N78008 Big brother watching over little brother :-) [Canon EOS 300D + EF 70-200 f/4 L USM] (more of N78008)
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27-November-2004
N78008 headed for departure as CO34 to LGW taxis next to little brother ERJ-145XR N12126 (Canon Powershot Pro1) (more of N78008)
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11-August-2004
N78008 CO 35, Inbound From LGW. [Canon EOS 300D + EF 70-200 f/4 L USM] (more of N78008)
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28-November-2003
N78008 (cn 29478) del 3/1/1999) Back once more across the pond. Feel the power... :-) [Canon EOS 300D + Sigma APO 100-300mm F4 EX IF HSM ] (more of N78008)
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4-January-2003
N78008 (c/n 29478-del 3/1/1999) seen shortly after take-off from runway 25R (more of N78008)
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8-February-2002
N78008 This just shows you the shear size of the 777. Compare it with some of my other shots from this date and spot and you can clearly see the 777 is one hell of an aircraft in size! I love it how you can see through the Fan blades on this picture! (more of N78008)