Well, I told you the Boeing Stratoliner would get dwarfed! The monstrosity behind the Stratoliner is an Airbus A300-600ST "Beluga", the world’s most voluminous transport aircraft. Airbus uses their five Belugas primarily to support their aircraft manufacturing business. However, 5 to 10% of the Belugas' annual flight time is spent hauling oversized cargo under contract.
For those who may want to get their bearings, this picture was taken facing WNW looking at part of Aeroshell Square. I've been making my way north from my tent towards the warbird area and I'm about halfway there. I'll continue walking north along this road and stop by the IAC (International Aerobatics Club) area to look at some aerobatic airplanes. Then I'll head north through homebuilt parking (as distinguished from homebuilt camping) and finally into the warbird area.