I vote motorcyclist because of the leather wrist protectors.
Is that a wing of an airplane behind them? I vote for pilot.
End of a shed.
Looks like Russia or Eastern Europe.
Note the Le Testophone on the windshield of the car on the left.
First of all, that's a DOG. They neither fly aeroplanes or ride motorcycles !!!! Google it. Dogs are quite common in my area.
Secondly, that's Vladmir Lenin on the left. He was a leading figure in the Russian Revolution. You can Google that too.
I believe motorcycle also because of the boots. Don't need them to fly, but you would to ride.
The tires on the T look typical for Europe. The dog looks like standard issue. The child accessory fender ornament is a bit creepy. Maybe it signals the turns? The dog may be an accessory horn device?
I vote motorcyclist and what's in the bag the guy on the far left is holding?
I vote Motorcycle....no bulge in front of pants.
Clearly he has a bug splatter on his face, but that could result from either machine.
Hal, are you alluding to the lack of excitement of motorcycle compared to plane? Or are you questioning his manliness for riding a donorcycle?
I know several pilots who also road and/or still ride motorcycles. Hey, if you like the feeling of going fast and taking chances those two seem to fit well together. [Especially if you are fighter pilot and you are dirt bike racing, which a lot of my friends did when we were younger.] While the movie version showed Charles Lindberg ride up on the motorcycle and trade the motorcycle in with some cash to purchase the WWI surplus Jenney airplane. And then he took off the same day wearing the same clothes, the real story took about a week for him so assemble the airplane, obtain a couple of hours of instruction before he soloed. See: http://www.charleslindbergh.com/plane/firstplane.asp and on my screen the text was off to the left but I copied it and could read it fine then.
Note the Model T has the English style Drop Frame front axle and front spindle:
The DF stands for Drop Frame in the illustrations below:
Note because the car does not have the mandatory fender side lamps, I suspect it is not being used in England. But Ford of England supplied those parts to other countries in Europe for them to assemble cars. From the photo I could not easily tell if it was RHD or LHD car.
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I think the guy on the left is holding a pair of gloves with wide amulets.
That's Gauntlets not amulets. Senior moment.
It is obviously a pilot, proved by the aerial map seen in his back pocket.
That looks like a body cam on his left pocket.
He is wearing what look to me like riding pants.
Would a pilot wear that? Was it just the cool fashionable thing to do at the time? I would like to know what is on the left front of the shirt.
He's wearing breeches and leather puttees which were considered "sport attire" in those days. That outfit could have been for air, motorcycle, speedster/race car. Minus the hat and goggles worn for hiking, camping, almost any sport or recreation. It was fashionable attire anywhere for the 'sporty" person. By the 1920s Woman included.