Charles Robert Leslie (1893 - 1966) was a talented engineer, artist and photographer.
He was well known for his skills and enthusiasm particularly with table-top photography. Whilst his work had a serious side, many of his images were spiced with humour.
This book presents Lewis Carroll's poem 'Jabberwocky' in a series of colour slides as Charles Leslie interpreted and viewed the story through his skills as an artist and photographer in the 1960's.
Keen amateur photography enthusiast based in New Zealand. Enjoy travelling and the many wonderful sights our world has to offer. Classic car enthusiast, especially MG and British sports cars.
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