Amazing photos have emerged of grounded planes parked in perfect symmetry.
With the coronavirus pandemic forcing airlines to ground their fleets, we’re seeing empty airports being used as parking lots for the world’s planes.
In Australia, taxiways, maintenance hangars, and even runways are being used to store aircraft.
Now, stunning aerial photographs show Jetstar and Qantas planes parked in hypnotic faultless formations.
The photos, posted to Ingrid Henriksen Photography’s Facebook page, were taken at Victoria’s Avalon Airport.
Photographer Ingrid Henriksen says she has had an “overwhelming response” to the images.
In fact, they’re so popular, she has made them for sale on her website.
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