Sydney Spotting 29/11/2020

Sunday November 29th,
It was a hot day with temperatures soaring up to 42⁰ Celcius and hard hitting wind picking up sand and throwing it at your juicy flesh made for terrible spotting conditions. Like the idiots we are @Alex_E, @Chris_Hoss and I soldiered on. It got so hot I went for a swim and Alex’s “cheese” which he’d left on the dashboard had become drinkable.

Now for the planes
A regular visitor and work horse for Tasman Cargo flying between Australia and New Zealand wearing the DHL and Polar livery


A Q-jet 717 wearing the Qantas new livery and a welcoming sight as they haven’t been flying that much this year

An American 777-300er reduced to freight operations racing off 34L

Also remember every to wear a mask

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Omg I’m first woo. Damn this was a fun day. Awesome shots Fynn!!

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Was honestly expecting more heat haze lol my last day in Melbourne was that hot and I couldn’t shoot anything more than 100 feet from me.

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Thanks Alex you got a photo of snp security so I think your shots are better

Weaaaakkkkk, I’ve spotted in 48 celcius temperature before 🗿

I’ve called him bob. I’m so grateful he parked his Prius in front of us :)

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The wind help blow the air away from the asphalt so surprisingly wasn’t that bad for photos although the sky was quite bright rather than bluen

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You are now the king I bow down to you in aww

Great shots!!

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Thank you for the confidence boost

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