Human beings have always been fascinated by the action and idea of flight. William Garnett (1916-2006), however, was the first to show us the beauty of flight. Using two 35mm cameras, one loaded with color film and the other with black and white, as well as a Pentax 6×7, he captured the American landscape from above, winning the first Guggenheim for aerial photography in 1953.

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