Boeing Yin and Yang

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I've not noticed the similarity before, thanks for bringing it to my attention with your image
 
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Cool shot, is that the symbol for Korean Airlines?

Yes it is, the 747-400F is the cargo version. A neat trick is to just type the registration number of any aircraft into google and you can find out a lot about that particular aircraft.
 
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So it is, I didn't realise that. I was thinking it was a second aircraft.

I googled the plane as suggested, it's certainly been around the world a few times.
 
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Jungle, thanks for the tip about the tail number. I saw lots of photos of that plane.

Do you send your photos to those sites?
No, I like Helmut Newton and they like Norman Rockwell. They do have some excellent photos from a technical viewpoint.:smile:
 
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I saw a few artistic type shots on airliners.net. That one you have of the FEDEX jet, straight on, is an angle they have posted.

here is a really cool shot of this 747: 747 shot
Yes, they have some great shots, but it is more like a catalog of plane spotting in most respects. There are the real standouts that are brilliant.
 
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