Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Yet another poorly made, no name stereo card. This one commemorating aerial photography in World War 1. Aviation in what was once called the Great war didn't begin with life and death dogfights. The first military aviators were spotters, gathering information on troop movements. They were successful enough that shooting them down became a military necessity. And so was born the dogfight, the synchronized machine gun and eventually the bombing raid. I always knew that photography could be dangerous.