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More: Australia - New South Wales, May 30, 2010
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VH-OGS (cn 28725/665) I swear I almost heard 'Come ... Come play with us!' when I took this shot. An old kangaroo and three new kangaroos. From foreground to background :- OGS, OEB, OQE and OJN. :D [EF 100-400L IS USM F4.5-5.6]
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A visitor from Greece posted Wed April 23, 2014:
The Qantas version of the Daltons brothers....

A visitor from Mexico posted Sun April 14, 2013:
One of my favorite pictures at Airliners.net, no question.

A visitor from Israel posted Tue February 8, 2011:
Great comparison of three different aircraft sizes.
The A380 looks better than a C-5 or an Antonov 124.
A B773 would look by far better than the B744.

A visitor from United States posted Sun January 16, 2011:
Just when I was ready to give the A-380 its props for looking pretty neat in this aircraft line-up. It was then that I realized that there was a Boeing 747-400 parked on its other side and and its shape was actually making the front of the whale look like it had some style. But upon a closer look I realized that the A-380 is still just a big blah. Long live the Boeing 747.

A visitor from Switzerland posted Sat January 8, 2011:
Impressive pic.... The 747 looks incredibly elegant but somewhat *small* in front of the A380!

A visitor from Australia posted Thu November 25, 2010:
One of these things is not like the others,
One of these things just doesn't belong,
Can you tell which thing is not like the others. . .

LOL couldn't resist.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed October 13, 2010:
Simple beauty.its obvious the A380 rules the family,but i like mom the 744.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Mon September 27, 2010:
Qantas: "I'm all-in."
Dealer: "Sorry sir, you lack a 737 here..."

A visitor from - posted Mon September 27, 2010:
In terms of game and specially of football.....747 is no doubt David Beckham.......747 has ruled the sky and will continue to rule till there's anything flying in the sky......747 ROCKS--Ajay Jakhar 4m India

A visitor from - posted Tue September 21, 2010:
A 747 playing peek-a-boo right behind the a380!

A visitor from Malaysia posted Mon September 13, 2010:
The tail of the a380 is huge than the other.
BIG,BIGGER,BIGGEST.
nice shot.

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Mon September 6, 2010:
Not to mention the tiny kangaroos in the engines :D It's impressive to notice the size of the A-380 compared to the 747s, but I still find the Jumbo more elegant. Great photo indeed!

A visitor from - posted Thu September 2, 2010:
Only jet missing is the 737...Other than that got to love the FlynRoo

A visitor from Chile posted Tue June 29, 2010:
Great picture! the A380 is the biggest..but 747 is by far..the prettiest!

A visitor from - posted Thu June 24, 2010:
Lololol..the entire family is here for a reunion

A visitor from United States posted Thu June 24, 2010:
It's terrfic to see the size differences. Good job!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Now *that* is a clever shot. Very nicely timed, and I give credit for the thought that evidently went into this photo. Well framed and thought out.

A visitor from Cyprus posted Wed June 23, 2010:
The A380 looks really huge in these photo

A visitor from Mexico posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Great shoot! Congrats! The A380 its huge compared with the large B747 tail.

A visitor from Indonesia posted Wed June 23, 2010:
I think you mean one new kangaroo and three old kangaroos. Gideon.

A visitor from El Salvador posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Great picture

A visitor from Sweden posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Looks like they added a piano bar above the cockpit of the A380, actually looks a little better with it :) Johnny Kristensen

A visitor from - posted Wed June 23, 2010:
I love all the roos!

A visitor from Germany posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Isn't that cool!

A visitor from - posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Amazing! Great shot Kian.
From another Kian in Uruguay!

A visitor from Jordan posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Great picture, but guess it is from background to foreground, old kangaroo is in the back :)

A visitor from Germany posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Great shot, the illusion at the front of the A380 is funny, looks like an 'Boeing 797'!

A visitor from - posted Wed June 23, 2010:
I love the depth of field...

A visitor from - posted Wed June 23, 2010:
AWESOME!!!!! That truly is the 'Sprit of Australia'

A visitor from - posted Wed June 23, 2010:
Looks like the A380 has a third deck! Great line up

A visitor from United States posted Tue June 22, 2010:
Just Great

A visitor from - posted Tue June 22, 2010:
HMMM nice bike

A visitor from Australia posted Tue June 22, 2010:
Perfect!

A visitor from United States posted Tue June 22, 2010:
It's like a family here...

"A Son, The Queen, The Father and Grandpa" all in one shot!

Amazing!!! :)

A visitor from - posted Tue June 22, 2010:
That's a POWER SHOT!

A visitor from - posted Tue June 22, 2010:
What a nice pic, love to see the different kangaroos, my favorite.. still the 747!!!

A visitor from United States posted Tue June 22, 2010:
Great shot!!! The Boeing 747 looks small next to the whale!

A visitor from United States posted Tue June 22, 2010:
Big Bigger Biggest

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