Minus Manhattan
3 days ago
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O’Hare. 
2 weeks ago
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Wake Turbulence by Mike Kelley.
This is every flight leaving from LAX in an 8 hour period. 

Wake Turbulence by Mike Kelley.

This is every flight leaving from LAX in an 8 hour period. 

2 months ago
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Passengers by John Schabel.

These photographs were taken in the 90s from the end of an airport runway using a high-powered telephoto lens. 

4 months ago
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7 months ago
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Check out these incredible (non-photoshopped) pictures of planes passing in front of the sun and moon by photographer Sebastien Lebrigand.

Lebrigand got the shots using a special astrophotography lens and had about a 1/4 of a second window when the planes crossed the paths of the sun and moon. 

More here.

Lebrigand’s Flickr stream here.

8 months ago
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8 months ago
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11 months ago
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Seventy Flights in Ninety Minutes, Phoenix by D. Bryon Darby.
Check out more work from Fraction Magazine’s 50th Anniversary Issue.
11 months ago
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Untitled (Glass on Plane) by William Eggleston.

Untitled (Glass on Plane) by William Eggleston.

1 year ago
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American Airlines New 747 Coach Lounge, 1971. 
Looks like a few things have changed. 
Click to embiggen. 

American Airlines New 747 Coach Lounge, 1971. 

Looks like a few things have changed. 

Click to embiggen. 

(Source: flickr.com)

1 year ago
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The salvage of US Airways Flight 1549 by Stephen Mallon. Click here for more.

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Jeffrey Milstein’s hyper-detailed photographs of airplanes. 

Above: Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 and American Airlines Boeing 777-200, respectively. See more here

2 years ago
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Sightseeing Over New York (1949) by Bernard Hoffman.

Sightseeing Over New York (1949) by Bernard Hoffman.

2 years ago
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Aerial view of a DC-4 passenger plane flying over midtown Manhattan by Margaret Bourke-White.

Aerial view of a DC-4 passenger plane flying over midtown Manhattan by Margaret Bourke-White.

2 years ago
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Crossing the Pond by Nick DeWolf.
I just became aware of this project on Flickr when I saw a post on A Continuous Lean. Nick DeWolf carried a camera around with him everywhere during his lifetime (1928 - 2006) and took photos of nearly everything. His son-in-law Steve Lundeen is digitizing all of DeWolf’s work and posting it to Flickr. Currently there are over 50,000 images and counting.
Above is a photograph from May of 1959 on a flight from New York City to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Crossing the Pond by Nick DeWolf.

I just became aware of this project on Flickr when I saw a post on A Continuous Lean. Nick DeWolf carried a camera around with him everywhere during his lifetime (1928 - 2006) and took photos of nearly everything. His son-in-law Steve Lundeen is digitizing all of DeWolf’s work and posting it to Flickr. Currently there are over 50,000 images and counting.

Above is a photograph from May of 1959 on a flight from New York City to Copenhagen, Denmark.

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