Amelia, an adventurous, self-assured, and determined young woman in her 20s, aspires to become famous for being the first to achieve something. Her motto is, "If at first you don't succeed, try again," which highlights her determined spirit. Today, on a beautiful, clear day in the year 1919, Amelia has come prepared to become the first woman to fly. Dressed in her flying gear--including her helmet that covers her ears to protect them from the wind and the sound of the engine--she plans on going on a daring solo journey. For years, she has dreamed of becoming a successful inventor or the first person to do something, and today she has the support of her community, which has gathered behind her aircraft to cheer her on. Although there are a few doubters in the crowd, the majority of the people in the crowd have come to support Amelia, including her parents and younger brother. Her parents are especially proud, albeit somewhat nervous about the chance of something going wrong, because they have always believed in their daredevil daughter. At the time the photograph is taken, Amelia is waiting for someone from the ground crew to give her the go-ahead. She will be departing from a grass field (with no runway) in the hopes of flying to another grassy field approximately twenty miles away, where another hopeful crowd is awaiting her landing. After she arrives, she will set a new goal for a further flight distance, and she hopes to invent new improvements for her aircraft. This will be monumental for Amelia, as she is not a very experienced pilot as of yet, but she is excited to be the first woman to take a solo flight. As she departs, she listens to the cheers from the crowd below, the wind, and her own humming to herself.