Here’s some unusual WWI photography. It’s thousands of soldiers forming a well-known image photographed from a tower.
During World War I, photographers Arthur S. Mole and John D. Thomas traveled from one military camp to another taking photos of soldiers forming patriotic symbols as a part of planned promotional campaign to sell war bonds.[…]
Mole and Thomas spent days preparing formations which were photographed from a 70 to 80 foot tower with an 11 by 14 inch camera.
Pretty nifty as war bonds campaigns go.