In addition to his classic tales, perhaps Lewis Carroll (1832–1898, née Charles Dodgson) is best known for his photography. But he also drew throughout his life, illustrating Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass himself (although the published books featured the work of illustrator John Tenniel). In addition, Carroll was a mathematician, a logician, an Anglican deacon, and an inventor Alice'S Adventure, Carroll Drawing, Carroll'S Alice, Lewis Carroll'S, Alice Drawingjpg, Alice In Wonderland, Carroll Alice, Alice Adventure, Carroll Dodgson
"I can't go back to yesterday, because I was a different person then" -- Lewis…
Lewis Carroll, 1863, photographer from theguardian.com: Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is better known to us as Lewis Carroll, the author of numerous books including Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was also a keen photographer. It has been assumed that the young girl (Alice Liddell) at the left of this group portrait taken in 1860 was Carroll's inspiration for the character of Alice. #Photography #Lewis_Carroll #Alice
Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell taking a stroll, probably in Oxford. -- The Real Alice In Wonderland was Alice Liddell. - Anonymous said... the photo isnt real, but you should read the book "alice i have been" by melanie benjamin. it might help.