Same aircraft. Same camera. Same location. 13 years of difference

Yesterday, I did a bit of spotting (from home, as always) and finally managed to capture PT-TMA (also known as A320 family MSN 4000). Funnily, my dad captured that very same aircraft likely with the very same camera from the same location back in August of 2010, if the date on the file is correct, so I thought “why not?”.

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Consider: go to the airport

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I’ll consider that.

Thinks about it.

Nah, I’d rather not.

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(Not) understandable have a nice (bad) day

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Thank (heck) you, have an awesome (horrible) day!

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How far away from the airport do you live?

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Close enough that someone found my address in a group chat when I said an approximate distance.

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These topics are lacking variety 🥱

Same aircraft. Same camera. Same location. 13 years, and still no improvement 🥰

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Alright, here’s some variety for you:

Here’s a GOL 737 MAX 8.

Here’s a GOL 737 MAX 8.

Here’s a GOL 737 MAX 8.

Here’s a GOL 737 MAX 8.

Here’s a GOL 737 MAX 8.

Totally not copied from inspired by @Robertine’s Transavia topic.

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neat to see another user here that does spotting from home

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This is actually a really cool topic. Nice to see that that camera is still going relatively strong.

I might do this in 10 years time now.

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To be completely fair, it hadn’t been used for many years until someone decided it’d be cool to photograph flying metal tubes.

That gol livery is just so sick

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Have you seen the Harry Potter max?

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Only once last September, and I just barely made it:

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“You’re a wizard AvioesEJogos”

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