The archives of Mr Angus O'Callaghan have been opened up to the public in a new exhibition called 'At Dusk, Under the Clocks'. Starting his journey into photography as a high school teacher, the 91 year old's archives provide a snapshot of Melbourne from another time and is a must see for residents of Bentleigh East real estate with an interest in photography and history.
As O'Callaghan's interests expanded into photojournalism between 1968 and 1971, the photographer captured iconic images of locations like the National Gallery of Victoria, St Kilda Road, and the intersection of Flinders and Swanston Streets.
Lord mayor Robert Doyle said the exhibition was a great chance to catch a glimpse of a Melbourne from a historic perspective.
"O'Callaghan's mood-filled photographs present a Melbourne that is both familiar and marked by time. You'll recognise landmarks and be in awe at how much things have changed in modern Melbourne," said Mr Doyle in a 10 February statement.
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