Seaworld, Orlando, c. 1970: "
Seaworld, Orlando, c. 1970
Artist: Wilson A. Bentley
Artist Bio: American, 1865 - 1931
Creation Date: c. 1905
Process: gelatin silver photomicrograph print
Available as a print here."
Ok. Admittedly, I’ve never seen an episode of Star Trek in my life, but I’m almost willing to bet money that Spock never wore a helmet like this in the series.
I could be wrong, but that’s what my gut says.
Paree the Flying Cat: 1910 ( amphalon)
In 1910, on the first airplane flight across the English Channel to carry a passenger, American aviator John Moisant flew from Paris to London accompanied by both his mechanic and his cat, named either Mademoiselle Fifi or Paree, depending on which newspaper you believe. Later that year Moisant died in a crash near New Orleans.
“Creation is a drug I can’t do without.”
-Cecil B. DeMille