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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D70
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1/500 second
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F/9.0
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300 mm
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May 4, 2008, 1:21:10 PM
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F22A Vapors and Burners by jdmimages F22A Vapors and Burners by jdmimages
©J. Mosher 2008.
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rioross Nov 8, 2008  Professional Photographer
did you know that those vapors form when the craft nears the speed of sound? (that is if i remebered right)
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seewolf Sep 11, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
this particular vapors form when aircraft turns and makes a large pressure deferential between the two sides of the wing. look at some pictures or video of any faster plane taking a sharp turn and you will see this vapors on the tips of the wings. because this plane has this wing design they form on the beginning of the wings.
and when plane reaches the speed of the sound there is another pressure differential between the front and the back of the plane, so you see a circular wave somewhere before the tale of the plane (usually).
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copperarabian May 11, 2008  Student Photographer
You have a great camera judging by the pictures :D
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:iconjdmimages:
My camera thanks you.

JM
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:iconmythrildragon:
I would kill for this in 1280x1024 res... :) Desktop wallpaper ;) Amazing clarity.
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:iconjdmimages:
I will have to see what I can do.

JM
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:iconmythrildragon:
:) Fingers crossed ;) :)
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CopperbeltJack May 11, 2008  Student Photographer
That is absolutely gorgeous.
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Atmosphotography May 10, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Well done, man. Looks great!
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