KASSOS & ANDROS - IMO 9382164
|Photographer:||Marc Pingoud [View profile]||Title:||KASSOS & ANDROS||Added:||Jan 08, 2017|
|Captured:||December 30, 2016||IMO:||9382164||Hits:||967|
||Port Bunkering and Water Tankers|
|Hmmm - always these "birds", which trash your picture - I hate them ;-)
Well, anyway: "Objects", to be seen from the top:
Port Bunkering and Water Tankers
Port Bunkering and Water Tankers
In fact: Happy to get this shot from the rock of Gibraltar :-)
|Vessel type:||Oil Products Tanker|
|Gross tonnage:||4,580 tons|
|Summer DWT:||6,256 tons|
|Last known position:|
|36°7’6.65” N, 5°21’46.64” W|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0.4kts, 308° (88°)|
|Arrival:||26th Apr 2017|
|1 second ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2017 April 18th, 05:00:09 UTC||Tangier Med|
|2017 April 14th, 17:00:00 UTC||Las Palmas|
|2017 April 10th, 18:00:39 UTC||North Anch.gibraltar|
|2017 March 29th, 16:00:08 UTC||North Anch.gibraltar|
|2017 March 19th, 14:30:10 UTC||North Anch.gibraltar|
|2017 March 19th, 13:30:01 UTC||Tangier Med|
|2017 February 28th, 04:00:21 UTC||Tangier Med|
|2017 February 18th, 03:00:29 UTC||North Anch.gibraltar|
|2017 February 18th, 03:00:08 UTC||Gibraltar East Anc|
|2017 February 10th, 13:00:43 UTC||North Anch.gibraltar||
© Salvador de la Rubia
© DEREK SANDS
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yo... - for me too ;-) - thanks Denis! |
And... another photo of the year! :D |
Dear Bay on Jan & swtk - A pleasure for me, that you like my photo - and many more obviously ;-) ... Many thanks!
@ swtk - to your question: What I learned from locals is, that the airport of Gibraltar is still a military airfield - so owned and operated by the British Airforce. But it is used as a civil airport. May the are no fighters based at Gibraltar at present times... they would be flight in within less then an hour from the UK... if needed... Kind regards - Marc
When we were "waiting for orders" off Europa point in the 1980ties we saw a lot of fighter jets using that runway.
Was it always (is it still) a combined airfield used for both military and commercial flights??
Very nice pic & difficult to catch. Thanks for sharing! |
Thanks Jadran, Jens, Emmanuel for your words - and the Link to my "rail and sail" photo ;-)
@ Jadran to your question about the "Shooting background": Using "multiple shots" mode?
Yes and No – I followed the plane with the camera, saw the setting and have taken the picture! But, if I use the teleobjectiv (here in a distace of about 1.7nm) for moving objects or ships in a rougher sea), I often use a mode of multiple shot of only two or three pictures in a row. I normaly do that in order not to blur the photo. When I'm lucky, one of the shots is sharp…! That's the way to meet my quality standards ;-) - Kind regards to Croatia - Marc
Thanks for sharing Marc, this photo is the perfect example of being at the right place at the right time with the right equipment and being handled by the right man.
Thanks and regards
Hi Marc,, one question... for the *perfect* alignment at that particular angle (at the left side of the image) of the 2 ships + plane,, did you use the "multiple shots" mode on your camera (e.g. 10 shots in a sequence) or, did you take several separate shots by you one after another, or, did you take only 1 (one) shot in this occasion !!!?
In any case,, you managed to reach the most perfect alignment possible ... bravo & BIG congratulations for this marvelous picture!
Best regards from Croatia to you and Switzerland,
Thanks Clyde, csaba and Volker for your compliments - I really was lucky... Well I had the flight plan, but that the approach route would match so nice with the anchoring ships was a fortune ;-) - Kinfd regards Marc |
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Excellent reaction shot for wonderful composition Marc.
And thanks for the description details for the intruder.
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