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Buenos Aires by Karina
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Buenos Aires

Lieutenant Warneford’s Great Exploit: The first Zeppelin to be brought down by Allied aircraft, 7th June 1915 - F. Gordon Crosby

More military aviation-themed posts (mostly art, some history/aircraft) here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Edward Steichen, Concrete landing platform for airplanes at Puxieux (each strip about 50 ft. wide by 250 ft long), crescent shape mass was formed by the pile of broken concrete when the platform was removed, altitude 15,000 ft., August 23, 1918 (Photographic Section, U.S. Air Service, American Expeditionary Forces (AEF) and Major Edward J. Steichen, A.S.A.)

Neist Point Lighthouse, by MadebyVadim

I always been fascinated by lighthouses, the aura and the feel they give me. I wanted to capture this famous Isle of Skye’s lighthouse from a different vantage point, that it’s been typically photographed. We came to location just at the beginning of the golden hour and we been blessed with the great whether that day. We prepare our DJI Phantom 3 and fly around the gorgeous rocky peninsula a few times this was one vantage point I love the most.