The remarkable woman and the invisible man X by marcopolOpen full image in new tab
contedesfees 5:03PM | Sun, 31 July 2022
I can't help thinking: There is no emperor, all that remains are his clothes.
marcopol 7:52AM | Mon, 01 August 2022
the invisible man is materialized by Neil Armstrong's outfit, while the woman astronaut was inspired by Mae carol Jemison. Finally, Henrik Agren's science fiction painting suggests the evolution of possible situations in these particular professions linked to the exploration of space.
perpetualrevision 1:00PM | Mon, 01 August 2022
Another wonderfully done and thought-provoking series of images!
JoeJarrah 12:11PM | Mon, 08 August 2022
And let us not forget Valentina Tereshkova, who beat Armstrong into orbit by 3 years!
This has been a wonderfully engaging and thought provoking journey, many thanks.
marcopol 1:04PM | Mon, 08 August 2022
You always double the pleasure of this trip by the approval of your comments. Reading you over the images, especially during a series, is a bit like taking the Trans-Siberian in good company: we know it will be full of adventures and unexpected events, but the shared human experience is well worth the challenge, this represents.
MollyFootman 4:59PM | Mon, 05 September 2022
I love that the woman is in a more futuristic, streamlined space suit than the invisible man who is tied to the past male prominence in space flight and wears a more antique suit. It makes me nuts that a woman could not participate in EVA on the ISS because there was not enough pressure suits provided that would properly fit them. >.<
Nice finale to a very enjoyable series of images! Thank you, as always, my dear!
marcopol 1:16PM | Thu, 08 September 2022
I mentioned for the pleasure of reading Joe's comments the image of taking the Trans-Siberian in good company, I would add that as far as yours are concerned, it's a bit like taking the Orient Express. :)