Aviation Photo #1660464 Boeing 747-438/ER - Qantas

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    Sandro Mederle
    Qantas
    Boeing 747-438/ER
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing 747-400 (AL-1)
    Boeing
    32914
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    VH-OEJ
    Los Angeles - International
    California
    USA
    February 8, 2010
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Anonymous
6 years ago
Nice night scene ! I wonder how the A380 will look like with a "Wunala Dreaming" paintjob though !
Anonymous
6 years ago
Absolutely Awesome Shot! Perfect lighting and composition make this one of the best photos of VH-OEJ I have ever seen.
Truly a superb shot,thank you so much for posting this.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Can never get enough pictures of this beauty, shame its sister 747-300 Nalanji Dreaming is no longer around, maybe Qantas will revive it on a A380?
Anonymous
6 years ago
A striking and nice plane, but I need to say two things; 1: I preferred 'Nalanji Dreaming' with its light blue shades.
2: I would have liked this plane better if it were all red, or with more professional looking artwork; All red would have been special enough for Qantas. Reason: I don't really like the artwork, which looks as if it's been done by an 8 year-old kid.
Anonymous
6 years ago
Great picture!
Notice the huuuuge A380-tail on the left hand side!
Anonymous
6 years ago
Love this picture! The ramp is hot!!! Great ambiance lighting and the lighting in the 744 cockpit :)
Anonymous
5 years ago
The visitor from the Netherlands... This art style is in the Aborigional or native Austrilian style. It is not the art of an 8 year old but the art of a culture.
Anonymous
3 years ago
Sure it's the art of a particular culture, but if someone chooses to have an opinion and say they don't like it, then what is wrong with that? Surely we cannot exclude a culture or race from any critique just because it might upset the PC brigade.
I am sure he was fully aware the art was cultural, he just chose to say he didn't like it. I agree, there is much nicer Aboriginal artistry around that would have looked much better IMHO

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