Vignette |vɪnˈjɛt|
1. a brief evocative description, account, or episode: a classic vignette of colonial life.
2. a small illustration or portrait which fades into its background without a definite border.
At Vivid Recollection we’ve had a stream of classic images come through the door, many of them with stories worth telling. It gave us the idea of adding a new section to our website ‘Vignettes’ which will tell evocative stories surrounding some of the photos we encounter. If you have a photo with a story to tell, and would like to see it here, email us at [email protected]

Boys’ surf trip – Valentine’s Day 1966

High school buddies and beach buggy on Rainbow Beach, Queensland (left to right): Kevin Lind, Graham Willett, Peter Sheppard (seated), Dave Clarke, Bruce Cowper, Norm Tong and Les Nixon. Photographer: Ron Lockens - keen surfer and recognised AFL photographer. 1966 – it was the year Bob Dylan first toured Australia, the US [...]

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