Snoskred finally gives in and puts a photo of herself here.

Did you know there’s actually a photo of me in that header graphic? I think a couple of readers might have guessed it because my crazy egg shows people clicking on that plane photo up the top there. I’m going to show you a bigger version today – in essence a picture of me, but it’s from the back, and it would be very difficult to recognise me from it and there is two of us in the photo, so.. I am feeling ok about it.. The Red Wunala Dreaming was taxi-ing down to the take off point in front of us.

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While we were there on the beach, the big specially painted blue Qantas plane known as Nalanji Dreaming landed. This was such a huge thrill for me and my friend, we had no idea it was going to happen and no idea the two planes would be in the same spot at once. Also, two of the Customs dogs were being taken for a walk and a swim at the end of their work day – they were beautiful and happy to be there.

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You can read more about the Qantas Flying Art here. The Red plane is known as Wunala Dreaming and the Blue plane is known as Nalanji Dreaming.

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It is no easy feat to paint a 747 in a special color scheme like this. The result is incredibly moving when you see it in person.

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4 thoughts on “Snoskred finally gives in and puts a photo of herself here.

  1. Wow! 2 beautiful 747’s at once, and so close! I get a thrill out of seeing the same old Virgin Atlantic 747 land and take off here 4 days a week, but I don’t get as close as you did.

  2. You look so…close.

    And that photo? Does not count.

    The marsupials, now that size would count.

    P.S. Took your advice and am transferring everything to Google reader now.

    Julie
    Using My Words

  3. Awww, you’re so cute….and so…TINY!!! LOL. Well, the headline really reeled me in because I had not long ago finished reading why you were always so anonymous. Because of that I thought it would be weird for you to now be posting a photo. How sneaky of you. I love it! ;)

  4. Kirsten – Sydney Airport is a real haven for plane spotters. There are many great spots you can get very close to the action, including a tarmac tour which is much loved by all. :)

    Julie – we got a whole lot closer soon afterwards, walking right up to the fence you can see near the plane there. ;)

    Teeni – I haven’t been doing much scam baiting lately, but the need to remain anonymous is so drilled in to me.. I don’t know how un-anonymous I want to get, it’s a fine line for me.. ;)

    Christine – Yes, I agree with you both it doesn’t count, but it is better than a kick in the face with a stiletto heel. :) hehe

    Thanks for the comments all! ;)

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