Japanese aerial photographer antique print
That the situation on the battlefield can not always be exerted with necessary comfort and rest, is shown by the situation of the artist, Chinese war, and the photographer, in a leather belt, is hanging on the rubber hose, which opens the mouth of the apparatus for snapshots The position of the forts is surely black on white, or vice versa, on the carefully prepared plate, a pressure on a second tube fixed on its back, the balloon leaving a part of the gas escaped, and the artist sinks down into the ground with his reception from the bird’s perspective.
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