Punch,  42 (1862), 169.

To Charlotte with Her Photograph



Poetry, Drollery


Photography, Representation, Light

    Upholds the sublime and superior beauty of the photograph of Charlotte, and, noting the transience of her image in a mirror to that produced in a photograph, ends by observing that the photograph 'Will truly show you what you were; / How elegant, how fresh and fair'.

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