Prehistoric peep

AnonymeThe British journal of photography, Liverpool, Liverpool Photographic Society, 12 octobre, 1917, p. 522.

The scientific and technical section is arranged in the Museum room upon the second floor of the Society’s house, and includes a fine and varied collection of work upon a scale which, judging from the prints upon the wall and the entries in the catalogue, is very closely that of recent shows in Suffolk Street…./…

One other photograph in this class is n° 387, by F.T. L. Oorkett.

It is the caddis worm and case, and in its great degree of enlargement suggests nothing more forcibly than a prehistoric peep of a « tank ».