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    Great shots...dicks lol.
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    I got up early to try and make it out in case it would leave in the morning. It didn't look like it would be ready THAT early.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzalu View Post
    I got up early to try and make it out in case it would leave in the morning. It didn't look like it would be ready THAT early.
    Didn't matter Not enough light. I am going to print a picture of Jason Whitebird and throw darts at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NIKV69 View Post
    Didn't matter Not enough light. I am going to print a picture of Jason Whitebird and throw darts at it.
    sunrise was at 6:02. plenty of light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric8669 View Post
    sunrise was at 6:02. plenty of light.
    Actually sunrise is when the sun first begins to break the horizon Eric so depending on what you are trying to shoot you need the sun to get a little higher, especially departures that usually takes more than 20 mins. Not to mention broken clouds where everywhere.
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    Nice. Glad y'all got the Dreamlifter catch.
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    and that has made all the difference......yet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wunaladreamin View Post
    Great shots...dicks lol.
    Yeah, I can sit here and say "nice catch", but I hate you guys. Dreamlifter at my favorite JFK spot in late afternoon sun?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NIKV69 View Post
    Actually sunrise is when the sun first begins to break the horizon Eric so depending on what you are trying to shoot you need the sun to get a little higher, especially departures that usually takes more than 20 mins. Not to mention broken clouds where everywhere.
    Well I have been at Bayswater at Sunrise, and I have gotten great shots. if this plane left a half hour after sunrise that should be plenty of light. just saying.
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    We had it down here in MIA for the longest time too - work on the wings - never in a good spot to get a clear shot though....
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    Cary, I knew you would curse us... We just happen to be lucky, that's all... absolutely zero planning. Etihad F1 was the same for me... only rare special I did expect (thanks to Mark "Zee71") was Swiss San Fran, and that blew chunks since it was ppor weather and they totally screwed us on the landing config!
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    Showing that DreamLifter is on the ground at JFK ?? Confirmation anyone? IF so, it will depart around 4:30pm to KCHS!!

    http://flightaware.com/live/flight/GTI4231
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzalu View Post
    Showing that DreamLifter is on the ground at JFK ?? Confirmation anyone? IF so, it will depart around 4:30pm to KCHS!!

    http://flightaware.com/live/flight/GTI4231
    Saw a thread on the Big Blue Site confirming it's here (with photos).

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    See ya'll at HoBe this afternoon (if the gods align, they'll be on 31LKK)

    EDIT: Seems my source was delayed by 24hrs and the flight info was for yesterday 9/1. Apologies for any confusion...
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    Not sure what it was doing at JFK, but an Allegiant DC-9 was at T4 this morning.....A/C reg. N891GA.....it departed around 11:25am

    Allegiant on the roll on RWY 4L, taken from Bayswater
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