Captivated by AV technology: A Particularly Attentive Pre Flight Audience stand in Awe prior to Flying over Vermeer's Delft.
These Pre Flight Instructions drills are given to this audience:
B/W Photograph on top and the detail to the left is a historical illustration from a book on the History of Kodak Photography.
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This page launched 4 July 2000 ; updated 27 January, 2016.
All images here are copyright by Kees Kaldenbach.
Below: Digital map of Delft, based on a 17th C map, View straight down
Below: Tilted view.
Below: Lower down.
Below: Camera lowered.
Below: A view hovering at about 60 Meter high. The Old Church tower in the left is 75 M high.
Below: Same height, a viewpoint closer by.
Below: The Rottedam gate, the separate barbican, and its drawbridge was built from geometric shapes and then covered with surface patterns.
Below: To the side of the canal te Delfshaven, about 15 M high.
Below: To the side of the East Gate (oostpoort) about 70 M high.
Below: A view from just above the Western gate, Waterlandse Poort.