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Piper Malibu Mirage (N444DT)
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Piper Malibu Mirage (N444DT)



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Harry Ellett
A very beautiful photograph!
That's the most spectacular shot of a PA46-350P that I have ever seen.
Greg Byington
Yup, this is a very nice shot! And I'm guessing that it was shot in the vicinity of Sedona, Arizona, and that the aircraft is out of Falcon Field in Mesa, AZ (KFFZ).
Todd Skoro
Looks photoshopped. Plane has direct low sunset and shadow from the left, but the mountains in the background have no direct sun from the left nor shadows. In fact, its mostly a cloudy day. Great idea to create this in Sedona, but the details make it look awkward.
Luc Barbier
If photoshopped, it is very well done : See the slightly blurred landscape due to turbulences at the back of the plane.
Jason Belanger
One of the best photos I've seen here lately.
David Seider
There's always that person who "sees" the black lining in a silver cloud.
A great disservice to the photographer, IMHO.
It is photoshopped! Heres a link to the picture without the airplane!
greg motley
Great photo and plane
Who took it? Formation?
marylou anderson
great pic!
Nicely done!
Linda Nitzschke
I agree that it has to have been photoshopped. Compare the clouds in the sky with those in the photo shown in the link given by Georg Himmeroeder, above. The clouds are the same in both photos. Fun to look at, anyway.
Leon Kay
Well done for spotting this photo shopped image. I was wondering how to obtain such a clear focus on the plane and background.
Aaron Seel
Wow, thats an incredible backdrop.
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