Um, no, it's definitely real.scott1 said:Somthing looks worng with that plane in that photo, it looks like someone put it there photoshop.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/5012706.stmFifty fire engines, planes and firefighters from the air force academy were all scrambled to deal with the emergency.
Yellow firefighting planes, usually used to tackle forest fires, roared low over the building every few minutes carrying water to pour on the flames.
The plane does look weird. But I think your right.Rach3 said:It's obviously not a photoshop - look at the orientation of shadows on the wings, look at the interface of the falling water and the smoke.
The props are not moving is that why he thinks it photo shoped?cyrusabdollahi said:you seriously think that airplane is fotoshopped?
Why, have you ever see the water come out of the airplane before?scott1 said:Somthing just doesn't look right with the way the water is comming out of the plane.
I was saying that it's cover up.Rach3 said:Why are you so complacent, Cyrus? Are you sure you're not brainwashed?! Of course the BBC is a conspiracy! It's conspiring with the agricultural cropsprayers, and the forestry service. Forging photographs is only the beginning! Soon... they'll implant chips into Americans' brains... and suddenly everyone will spell "color" as "colour"
Turkey is a relatively dry country. The government has been covering this up since 1923. The people there have been brainwashed into thinking that the half-empty glasses of water they have been drinking are actually half-full. This ruse nearly came undone when the fire broke out. It happened at a time when the airport management was taking their water break and there was no water for putting out the fire. They paniced and produced this obviously touched up photo of a 'plane' purporting to drop 'water' on the fire. Good catch.scott1 said:Somthing looks worng with that plane in that photo, it looks like someone put it there photoshop.