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Zatrzymane w kadrze ponadczasowe piękno dni które przeminęły

 

Przedstawiam Maureen Dunlop de Popp. Perfekcyjnie uchwycony moment, to niedające się opisać coś, co czyni fotografię wyjątkową

Maureen Dunlop leaving the cockpit of a plane she had just flown in 1944. These female pilots of the Air Transport Auxiliary flew Spitfires, Hurricanes and Lancasters to air bases in England during WWII ~

 

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52 minuty temu, dago2 napisał:

Ja tam wole wspolczesne piękno

Jak to się mówi - jeden woli ogórki, drugi ogrodnika córki, a trzeci jak mu skarpety śmierdzą...

 

First Officer Maureen Dunlop, one of the ferry pilots of the ATA (Air Transport Auxiliary) who transport newly manufactured aircraft from the factory to the aerodrome during World War II. She is sitting in the cockpit of a new Baracuda. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1805 - The Work Of The Ferry Pilots - pub. 1944

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5 godzin temu, hipolit-O4 napisał:

Nieco bliżej

(seria foto Rosjanek)

O pięknie miało być. A nie o wyciosanych z kloca robotnicach kołchozów.

M.

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41 minut temu, beaviso napisał:

O pięknie miało być.

Tak jest. A zatem jej tu nie może zabraknąć.

Members of the Polish Auxiliary Territorial Service (in Polish: Pomocnicza Służba Kobiet, PSK or “Pestki”). Unit in Scotland, 1944. Images © E.H. Butler Library.

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