As you marvel at the selection and placement of colours on this commercially-operated airplane, consider not only the individual and combined awfulness of the turquoise and orange, along with the bizarre block placement of the colours on nacelles, stabilizer and rudder. Stop to think that someone had to choose those colours. Someone had to decide that would be a good colour scheme. There might even have been a meeting, at which multiple people nodded in assent. Someone had to go out and buy that paint. And someone had to actually apply it. Possibly in multiple coats. This airplane represents a serious breakdown in CRM. Someone should have stepped in and called a stop to this decision.
I spoke to the crew, but it was hard to understand them, as they had paper bags over their heads.