Lindbergh making French landfall.

Sitting in my cushy seat on a recent trip to Paris I found myself thinking about Charles Lindbergh and his historic 1927 flight across the Atlantic (taking a much longer route).  Over 33.5 hours of flight time.   Dodging storms, flying though huge fog banks, and dead reckoning navigation.  Really an incredible feat for the time.  It inspired me to create a image of one of the most iconic aviation adventures in modern times.  Lindbergh died in 1974 and is buried in a tiny little village in Maui near Hana.   His grave inscription reads “.If I take the wings of the morning, and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea… C.A.L”


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