Blythe & Bonny
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Elephants performing the long mount signal the end of the show, March 1972. Photograph by Jonathan Blair, National Geographic.

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artmonia:

Diego Fernandez
artmonia:

Diego Fernandez
artmonia:

Diego Fernandez
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archatlas:

WTek79
archatlas:

WTek79
archatlas:

WTek79
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wiratomkinder:

David Goddard
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ryanpanos:

Paris Air Show | Via
The Paris Air Show traces its history back to the first decade of the 20th century. In 1908 a section of the Paris Motor Show was dedicated to aircraft. The following year, a dedicated air show was held at the Grand Palais from 25 September to 17 October, during which 100,000 visitors turned out to see products and innovations from 380 exhibitors. There were four further shows before the First World War. The show restarted in 1919, and from 1924 it was held every two years before being interrupted again by the Second World War. It restarted again in 1946 and since 1949, has been held in every odd year.
ryanpanos:

Paris Air Show | Via
The Paris Air Show traces its history back to the first decade of the 20th century. In 1908 a section of the Paris Motor Show was dedicated to aircraft. The following year, a dedicated air show was held at the Grand Palais from 25 September to 17 October, during which 100,000 visitors turned out to see products and innovations from 380 exhibitors. There were four further shows before the First World War. The show restarted in 1919, and from 1924 it was held every two years before being interrupted again by the Second World War. It restarted again in 1946 and since 1949, has been held in every odd year.
ryanpanos:

Paris Air Show | Via
The Paris Air Show traces its history back to the first decade of the 20th century. In 1908 a section of the Paris Motor Show was dedicated to aircraft. The following year, a dedicated air show was held at the Grand Palais from 25 September to 17 October, during which 100,000 visitors turned out to see products and innovations from 380 exhibitors. There were four further shows before the First World War. The show restarted in 1919, and from 1924 it was held every two years before being interrupted again by the Second World War. It restarted again in 1946 and since 1949, has been held in every odd year.
ryanpanos:

Paris Air Show | Via
The Paris Air Show traces its history back to the first decade of the 20th century. In 1908 a section of the Paris Motor Show was dedicated to aircraft. The following year, a dedicated air show was held at the Grand Palais from 25 September to 17 October, during which 100,000 visitors turned out to see products and innovations from 380 exhibitors. There were four further shows before the First World War. The show restarted in 1919, and from 1924 it was held every two years before being interrupted again by the Second World War. It restarted again in 1946 and since 1949, has been held in every odd year.
ryanpanos:

Paris Air Show | Via
The Paris Air Show traces its history back to the first decade of the 20th century. In 1908 a section of the Paris Motor Show was dedicated to aircraft. The following year, a dedicated air show was held at the Grand Palais from 25 September to 17 October, during which 100,000 visitors turned out to see products and innovations from 380 exhibitors. There were four further shows before the First World War. The show restarted in 1919, and from 1924 it was held every two years before being interrupted again by the Second World War. It restarted again in 1946 and since 1949, has been held in every odd year.
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scalesofperception:

The Weather Project | Olafur Eliasson | Via 1 2 3 4
Is there nothing that humans cannot recreate?
SoP - Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

The Weather Project | Olafur Eliasson | Via 1 2 3 4
Is there nothing that humans cannot recreate?
SoP - Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

The Weather Project | Olafur Eliasson | Via 1 2 3 4
Is there nothing that humans cannot recreate?
SoP - Scale of Environments
scalesofperception:

The Weather Project | Olafur Eliasson | Via 1 2 3 4
Is there nothing that humans cannot recreate?
SoP - Scale of Environments
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