Strange Faces of Monsters You Can See on Water or in Air (Jul, 1931)
Strange Faces of Monsters You Can See on Water or in Air
SMALL-FACED MONSTER. The tiny pinched-up face on this colossus is merely a view of the plane carrier Lexington.
HARD EYES OF A BEETLE. This nightmare bug, looking like a thing of horror dropped out of space, is a rare photo of the speediest plane motor, Schneider cup winner.
TELESCOPE EYES. At right, this face, looking like that of a deep-sea creature, is a startling view of the front of a Far-man type passenger carrying airplane.
WHALE OR SHARK? It is neither, but it certainly looks like a fish. It is a kind of fish— the stern of a U. S. submarine.
SHOWING HIS TEETH. You’d never guess that this is the bow of the U.S.S California showing its face to the enemy. At right, gigantic insect is in reality one of England’s great observation balloons.