Boeing 747-8 N50217 At Phoenix-mesa Gateway Airport Print

Boeing 747-8 N50217 At Phoenix-mesa Gateway Airport by Brian Lockett

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Boeing 747-8 N50217 At Phoenix-mesa Gateway Airport Print By Brian Lockett

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Dimensions

Image:

10.00" x 6.63"

Overall:

12.00" x 8.63"

 

Print:

Boeing 747-8 N50217 at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport by Brian Lockett - 10.00" x 6.63"

$15.00

Material:

Luster Photo Paper

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Rolled in a Tube

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$22.20

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About the Image

Boeing 747-8 N50217 at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport by Brian Lockett

The third Boeing 747-8 prototype N50217 returned to Mesa Gateway Airport for hot weather testing on Saturday, August 28, 2010. It made on etest flight on Wednesday, September 1 and departed for Air Force Plant 42 at Palmdale, California on Thursday, September 2 when the air temperature was 107 degrees F. The 747-8 is the largest airplane made in the United States.

About the Artist - Brian Lockett

Brian Lockett

Brian Lockett is a photographer specializing in panoramic landscape and aviation photography. He started with a Kodak Brownie in the 1960s. He got his first 35mm camera in 1973 and had a lengthy addiction to Kodachrome. He transitioned to digital photography in 2004. Brian's territory is the American Southwest, primarily Arizona, California, and Nevada. Brian has long engaged in panoramic landscape photography. In recent years he has used a Gigapan robotic camera mount to make extremely high resolution, very wide angle pictures assembled from hundreds of images. Some of his pictures exceed 2 billion pixels. The giant image files that Brian produces with the Gigapan are available from Fine Art America as prints as large as...

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