“Happy End” Photo Book Documents Decades-Old Plane Crash Sites Mike Richard May 9 Books, Sidelines 2 Comments Dietmar Eckell is self-publishing a photo book featuring nothing but plane crash photography. He’s visited dozens of crash sites already – some nearly 70 years old. Aptly titled Happy End, the book will focus only on those crashes where all of the passengers survived. © Dietmar Eckell The images are striking, humbling, disconcerting, and fascinating. I’m a little shocked that no one’s thought to do this before. Eckell is crowd-funding his book via Indiegogo where he’s already raised nearly ten times his intended goal. 2 Responses Marcus May 15 Amazing subject! Producing books is hard work and expensive. I am just discovering this as I am putting one together to record images from an exhibition I am having in October based on 2 months on the road (leaving in 2 weeks!) in SE Asia. I don’t know of any plane crash sites where I will be but I will keep a look out. Reply Keivin Hinman May 24 I’m shocked that National Geographic hasn’t endorsed this guy! He’s AWESOME! Or maybe free lance is his style that’s cool too. I watched the video but didn’t see any links to the online journal of the excursions or for the photo books Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Let\'s Make Sure You\'re Human ... *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. five + = Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.