In order to see this pair in 3D, I suggest you view this pair with SPM at higher zoom levels.
and so in one day we get the Big Picture from you, and many 3D details of the city from michael.markler!
Oh yes, that's great, thank you!!!!!! In the right pic I can even see the house where I grew up and my home from home - the Vienna Opera House!!! YOU ARE THE BEST!!!
Well thank you much Sonny, I am very happy that you liked this pair even thou you found the spot you're looking for only in the right image. Eventually, I will have a few more shots for you. Best wishes :) Volkan
I'm very much looking forward to them! BTW, do you take the arial shots out of a passengers window? I will take a plane later this year and try to do some 3D shots for sure! What advice would you give me? Cheers, Sonny
Hi Sonny, sorry I just noticed your message. Yes as you know I take aerial shots from passenger windows. But there are exceptions. To guarantee the result, I gave my second H9 to Captain for this unforgettable scene. But mine turn out to be better :) Their window of course has much better optical quality and cleanness compared to what I usually get from passenger side.
When It comes to planning for volkanzilla shots, I predetermine which side I should sit depending on the take off direction. So before flight I either observe the planes taking off or have the question relayed the to the Captain so that I can make my seat arrangements accordingly. Then once I am on the right seat which is hopefully away from wings, engine exhaust and the Sun. I also clean my window with perhaps napkin before taking off as much as I can. I don't think you need any of this advices by now.
Best wishes, Volkan
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Photo taken in Ernst Happel Stadium, Meiereistraße 7, 1020 Wien, Austria
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