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    Jet Blue 200th Aircraft

    Well, I would suggest fellow spotters: Do not ignore ANY plane...as I did today, @ Panera...Thanks to some fellow spotter, who showed me what did I miss - Jet Blue 200th Aircraft:



    I did drive to get that plane while taxiing for departure to LAX...I do know, that even some spotters @ Hobe did ignore taking a shot of that special plane....

    Well, we learn on our mistakes? Aren't we?
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    Senior Member Zee71's Avatar
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    This is true ... Shoot everything and delete later.
    Mark
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    My photos at: JetPhotos and ANet

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    Yeah, archiving aircraft can be important when you least expect it. When an airframe becomes newsworthy after a wreck, or an airline changes a paint scheme or retires an aircraft....every shot will count to you.
    Email me anytime at [email protected].

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil D. View Post
    Yeah, archiving aircraft can be important when you least expect it.
    You know what they say - Shoot 'em all, let God sort 'em out...
    :-)

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