Fixing the Graf Zeppelin in Flight, 1934.

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German photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt—one of the greatest artists in the history of the medium—used his Leica to take this stunning photo of a crew repairing the Graf Zeppelin in mid-air, after a storm in the middle of the Atlantic damaged the airship’s skin en route to Rio de Janeiro in 1934.
It looks so surreal—like a Magritte painting.
via Men fixing a zeppelin in mid-flight over the Atlantic.

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