Almanac v Overland Photo Gallery

Evidence for the prosecution provided by Marion Butler (at least one family member had something to show for their efforts).

The Almanac X (I still coming). The smiles indicate this was taken pre-match.

The Almanac brains trust looking suitably pensive.

N. Belford takes strike

A fast camera exposure was required to capture J. Butler's innings

D.Bridie provided the shot of the day

P. Flynn, backbone of the innings, faces T. Wilson

C. Little presents some classic form

Skipper A. Gigacz fought hard to salvage the innings

About John Butler

John Butler has fled the World's Most Liveable Car Park and now breathes the rarefied air of the Ballarat Plateau. For his sins, he has passed his 40th year as a Carlton member.


  1. Well played Marion.

    Some nice ‘shots’ here.

  2. Gee, Gigs looks like a real Pro! :)

  3. Thanks Marion. These will help us to embellish the memories is years to come, no doubt!

    And thanks Danni. You know what they say: “If you can’t play the game, at least LOOK like you can”…

  4. #2 & #3

    ‘Our Don Bradman…did you say he’s any bloody good.’

  5. Thanks Marion. I am particularly pleased you nailed the shot of the Belford nineteenth century stance.

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