KAMPANJ

Poster: Different Lots

Konstnär: Bragi Ingibergsson - BRIN

{{ printsize_selected.SalePrice | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr {{ printsize_selected.Price | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr {{ printsize_selected.Price | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr

{{ printsize_selected.Desc }}  

 

STORLEK Storleksguide

STORLEKSGUIDE


 

VILL DU LÄGGA TILL EN RAM?

RAMAR FÖR DIN FOTOKONST


Lägg till en av våra ramar så bjuder vi på monteringen.

 

Mars träram
Svart träram av högsta kvalitet. Svensktillverkad ram med äkta glas. Listens bredd: 25 mm, listens djup: 15 mm.

Accent aluminiumram
Stilren aluminiumram i svart färg från Nielsen med äkta glas. Listens bredd: 8 mm, listens djup: 18 mm.

Elara träram
Exklusiv träram av ek med högsta kvalitet. Svensktillverkad ram med äkta glas. Listens bredd: 17 mm, listens djup: 22 mm.

Lägg till {{ addonitem.Name }} för {{ addonitem.Price }} kr

 

{{ addonitem_selected.Name }}, {{ addonitem_selected.Price | currency:' ' }} kr

Ta bort ram

{{ getprice() | noFractionCurrency:' ' }} kr

Totalt pris inkl poster och ram

 

 

Vi skickar inom {{ printsize_selected.DeliveryTime }} arbetsdagar

Kundtjänst: 018-18 68 28

Fri frakt över 299 kr

Bildens id: 576438

 

Detta motiv är också tillgängligt i

 

POSTERMOTIV

Motiv: Different Lots. American military aircraft Douglas C-117 from the military base in Keflavik Iceland was on its way from Höfn to Keflavik airport on 21st of November 1973 when the weather suddenly changed. The temperature dropped to -10 degrees Celsius and ice began to settle on the airplane and its engines stopped. It was also so heavy fog that the pilots could not see out to the end of the wings. The men in crew was convinced that this was their last day. Then the assistance commander Mr. Gregory Fletcher took control and made the decision to turn south and try to land in the sea, but when he came down under 2500 feet the fog cleared out and he saw sands below and decided to attempt forced landing there. He managed to do that and the plane finally stopped about six meters from the sea. All in crew walked out safe and sound. Later the US Navy gave Mr. Fletcher medal for his performance. The plane is still laying on the sand, Sólheimasandur in southern Iceland. This was the crew's lucky day - and also mine because on the very same day I was celebrating my 12th birthday.