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|Located on Zanzibar, Tanzania.||04/09/2006||841|
|I can't tell whether this plane is taking off or landing, or whether or not it still is on the ground or is in the air. But it's the only plane doing either on the island of Rhodes.||02/11/2007||493|
|Some of my favorite spots in Zanzibar. Can't wait to go back there...|
|A plane landing at Keahole airport, Hawaii. I'm pretty sure this plane is landing because it has already developed the blue "ghost" effect, which comes when an object is traveling very fast. If the plane were taking off, the blue effect wouldn't be there yet, because the plane couldn't accelerate in such a short distance from the end of the runway.||10/17/2006||714|
|This is on of the few stone buildings that Seyyid Said found in 1829, on his arrival on Zanzibar. In 1832 Seyyid Said made Zanzibar the Capital city of Oman, settling there with his family and followers. His aim was to transform Zanzibar into a major trading centre for countries around the world. This move was partly influenced by the fact that Zanzibar's coral reefs offered a natural protectio...||07/16/2008||1,097|
|Thitu Island (or Pagasa in Filipino) is the second largest island in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. The territory is contested by Viet Nam, China, Taiwan, Philippines and Malaysia. Currently claimed by the Philippines, it has a landing strip (Rancudo Airfield) with two commercial flights weekly and a small harbour. There are 100 inhabitants, mostly military, fishermen and weatherme...||11/18/2006||1,024|
|very interesting moment... |
may be, this plane is coming from the chep lap kok airport, situated at the left. Flying between two mountains, it looks like to be at a very low attitude. the place at the south-east, under construction, is the newest disneyland park, inaugurated in september 2005.
The chep lap kok airport, built during the nineties of the 20th century is an artificial...
|There is a dhow under sail near Zanzibar||07/16/2008||508|
|LTU Plane landing at Duesseldorf International Airport||09/25/2006||807|
|A few hundred feet behind another landing plane, this one's just passing over a road. And the two planes are different planes (blue motors versus black motors). I'm not sure 3560 feet is enough distance between landing planes..||05/14/2008||748|
|This is a dune called shifting sands in Tanzania. The wind blows it across the plains about 50 ft a year and keeps it the same shape. There is a smaller one a bit to the north.||11/16/2005||714|