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i must find this location

This is what Heaven looks like.) A reader never gets bored, they always have a book with them or not far away! That is one good reason kids should strongly be encouraged to read good books as soon as possible!

Libri con le gambe... #librimobili

The Walking Library, London, ca. via vintage everyday: The Walking Library, London, ca. Maybe we should revisit this idea. Reading books and making them easily accessible - grin.

Creative   #photography

Shadow Photography can create quite the artistic image. Showcase are here are truly outstanding photos that make strong use of shadows in a variety of ways.

Le Bal des Ardents, Bellecour, Lyon    from fbcdn-sphotos-a.akamaihd.ne

o arco da Livraria “Le Bal des Ardents”. the entrance arch of “Le Bal des Ardents” bookstore.

However the world 'evolves,' I will always hold that this is what a used bookstore should look like inside. <----YES

I love the smell of bookstores and libraries. They always smell a little sweet yet musty because of all of the ink and paper that are on their shelves, waiting to be opened and read again and again.

Tianjin Binhai Public Library

Tianjin Binhai Public Library

lovely photo

1920 photograph of a lady in a white dress perched atop a ladder in a library, draw in by a book she now has in her lap. "Woman Reading on Top of Ladder." Rights: Bettmann/CORBIS

The Bookworm (German: Der Bücherwurm) is an 1850 oil-on-canvas painting by the German painter and poet Carl Spitzweg. The picture is typical of Spitzweg's humorous, anecdotal style and it is characteristic of Biedermeier art in general.[1] The painting is representative of the introspective and conservative mood in Europe during the period between the end of the Napoleonic Wars and the revolutions of 1848, but at the same time pokes fun at those attitudes (from Wikipedia)

The Bookworm Carl Spitzweg 1850 I would love to own this painting, always been a favorite.

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