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    From the Disney Parks blog:

    This morning, photographer Kent Phillips captured Space Shuttle Discovery as it soared over Cinderella Castle on its mission to the space station. After the shuttle’s climb to orbit, Kent also photographed Discovery’s exhaust trail catching the first rays of sunlight.




    Tom (... I think that qualifies as stunning!)

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    Thats just beyond cool
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    That is just mindblowing.

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    wow amazing!












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    wow! That is truly amazing! hope that would be framed!




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    Stunning they should have launched one from the West coast as well so it could have done the Wishes cross :D

    As it was at an unusual time of day it produced some lovely effects in the early sunlight

    this from one of my favourite websites away from here

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    Wow, fantastic shots and I agree with Jeff.....well worth framing

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    Fantastic shots Tom, thanks for sharing.





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    speechless.....




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