Thursday, October 9, 2014

First successful photograph made from an aeroplane in U.S, January 15, 1911

Here's one of the first successful photographs made from an aeroplane in U.S., which was taken with a folding camera from a Wright Model B biplane over airfield near San Francisco California, on January 15, 1911.


Five aeroplanes can be seen on the ground. One of them is tuning up in preparation for flight. The circle is a target for bombs. Race track in the distance. The photographer, Lt. George E. Kelly’s feet and part of aviator Parmalee’s foot are in the picture. The pylon below marks the course. (via Dodge and Burn)

Pin It Now!

3 comments :


  1. Wonderful blog! I found it while searching on Yahoo News. Do you have any suggestions on how to get listed in Yahoo News? I’ve been trying for a while but I never seem to get there! Many thanks.
    tanki online 3 | 2048 online

    ReplyDelete
  2. In your blog I was happy to see your article, better than last time, and have made great progress, I am very pleased. I am looking forward to your article will become better and better.
    hotmail login | red ball | 192.168.1.1

    ReplyDelete
  3. With the poor condition of the economy, moneylenders - particularly banks - have set up more stringent measures to guarantee that they get rid of people who have taken advances in the past and not paid them back. Through these measures, they are guaranteed that they just wind up with borrowers who will pay back their credits, thus help keep up their business. Check Cashing

    ReplyDelete

Top