Maple Leafs and Maxes @ KLAS

Bonjour again, I’ve done something I’ve dreamed of doing for several weeks and that would be catching one of Air Canada’s B38M’s in actual good conditions. This spotting trip made up for the day before as I attempted to shoot a KLM 789 inaugural flight in twilight hour overcast conditions. (P.S, Came out horrible looking). Otherwise I’m excited to share some Golden Hour shots I took on 12/8/21!


Delta Airlines / 737-832 / N3753

One of Delta’s 5 letter registration’d 738’s. Took-off from the intersection and backtaxied 150ft for no reason.


Volaris / A320-233 / N523VL

A no-named Volaris 320 which rotated very early headed to Guadalajara!


Air Canada / 737-8 Max / C-FSCY

The Max I so dearly wanted to catch climbing for Vancouver!


Southwest Airlines / 737-8 Max / N8732S

The one and only iconic Max 8 climbing past the golden mountains.



United Airlines / 737-924(ER) / N61881

A typical United departure rotating extremely late.


Sun Country / 737-8KN / N834SY

Tide Pod One headed out to Minneapolis in final light.


Gear

Canon Rebel EOS 250D
Canon Rebel EOS 450D [OLD]
Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3
Tamron 100-400mm F/4.5-6.3
Manfrotto Carbon Fiber Tripod

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Great shots! Love the leafy pic! It adds ✨ style ✨

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Hey Blitz, my buddy. Now I’m no mathematician, but that looks like more than only one MAX 8 🤔

In all seriousness, how do you do this? Amazing!

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One and only iconic Max 8 is always WN’s, aka my favorite looking one ✨

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this picture looks like it has a330 landing gear

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I love seeing your pictures!

This is the truth.🔼

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That is one hot photo!

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Wow maxes galore!

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KLM where 😡

Wonderful pictures!

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You ain’t getting to see that one 😎

So editing it was super easy and turned out well?

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Can we though?

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Volaris is my favorite airline

said no one ever

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Thank You for making a real screenshots!

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