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Aircraft: Airbus A380-842

Airline: Qantas

Serial #: 014




The fans that power the A380! - A very close up and personal view of the fan blades with their distinctive twist and the patterned intake wall.


Canon EOS 50D

EF 100-400mm 4.5-5.6L IS USM

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Comments (3)
Posted by Marc on July 29, 2009

That has to be one of the most original photos I have seen. Great composition and lighting. You would have to be happy with that shot. Marc

Posted by Norm Z on July 21, 2009

What an amazing shot of the intake cavatiy and the blades. Keep those type of photos coming. Cheers mate.

Posted by cwbspotter on July 21, 2009

Nice "click"! Beautiful picture, congrats Lee...

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