In 1936, cinematographer Hal Mohr won the Oscar for Best Cinematography for his work on 'A Midsummer Night's Dream,' becoming the first and only individual to win by write-in vote. (The Academy did away with the practice the following year.) #Oscars
#TheDailyCard Andy Etchebarren: at a mid-summer pool party in 1966, Etchebarren saved Frank Robinson (who couldn’t swim) from drowning. In World Series that year, earned distinction of being the last batter to ever face Sandy Koufax. Card signed in 1985. Died October 5, 2019.
This midsummer sunrise was captured 250 miles above Earth by an astronaut aboard the International during a narrow window of opportunity as the Sun’s reflection was moving across the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Take a closer look: