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Turbulence
Turbulence
Turbulence
Turbulence
Turbulence
Turbulence
Turbulence
Turbulence
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Turbulence

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Make Me Wonder - By Pilgaard
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499,95 kr
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Turbulence and trust
Faith and forgiveness

About the photo
While the Icelandic midnight sun paints the sky in orange tones, this American DC plane wreck rests upon the black beach of Sólheimasandur. Keflavík Airport was an important US military base during the Cold War. Iceland’s location made it possible for the United States to monitor the Soviet Union’s Movements in the North Atlantic.

The plane and its crew was on their way from the port city of Höfn to Keflavík. But shortly after take off, something went terribly wrong. The captain realized, he had to do an emergency landing. But turbulence and fog made it nearly impossible for him to locate a spot to do so, and it was not until the very last moment, he spotted the black beach below them. He made his maneuver here – just nineteen feet from the ocean. To this very day no one really knows why the plane nearly crashed. But the entire crew walked unharmed from the scene – only with the scars on their souls

Discount on Turbulence & Scars
This photograph is created to partner with Scars. If you order Turbulence with Scars, you will get a 20% discount on both pieces. The discount is automatically deducted when you check out. The discount cannot be combined with other discounts.

Guaranteed quality
When ordering photo art from Make Me Wonder, you are guaranteed a high quality product printed on the very finest photo paper, which highlights the deepest nuances of the photograph. The photograph are then given plenty of time to dry, before we carefully wrap it up or mount it in one of our sustainable frames. You can read more about our take on sustainability here, or you can take a closer look at our frames here.