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AVweb would like to apologize to photographer Sven de Bevere for running his photo with the wrong attribution last week. The photo was submitted by an AVweb reader who mistakenly assumed Sven’s photo was in the public domain. It was not, but Mr. de Bevere has been very kind about the mix-up. This week, we’re proud to present the original photo – depicting a Cessna leading a 747 down the taxiway – as it originally appeared onAirliners.net. Plus, as an added bonus, we’re giving you three runners-up this week, instead of the usual two.

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Submitted by Sven de Bevere of Aalter, Belgium

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For more of Sven de Bevere’s amazing photos,click here.

AVweb continues to receive a large number of excellent images for our POTW contest. Here are some of the runners-up. Click on the links below to view larger versions.

“Crossroads of the World”
Stephen Reddell of Sydney, Australia
snapped this shot from the port rear door window of a 744 LAX-SYD
near the intersection of the Equator and the International Date Line

“First Flight, 12-01-03 – My RV-6A”
Bill Freckman of Euless, Texas
comes in for the first landing in his homebuilt RV-6A

“Mt. Baker, August 2003”
Eric Fogelin of Langley, Washington
submitted this photo by Veronica von Allworden
taken from an open window circling at 10,800 feet

To enter next week’s contest, click here.