Room 806



dammar:

makinology:

tea ? a tea ‘cozy’ … lol …
~via yulia ustinova

I want, I want, I want…
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dammar:

makinology:

tea ? a tea ‘cozy’ … lol …

~via yulia ustinova

I want, I want, I want…

aleyma:

Silver bookbinding on a copy of the Paradijs Gartlein by Johan Arndt. Made in Germany in 1696 (source).
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aleyma:

Silver bookbinding on a copy of the Paradijs Gartlein by Johan Arndt. Made in Germany in 1696 (source).

davvanita:

Fingers / charcoal
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davvanita:

Fingers / charcoal

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turkishinspiration:

Old Istanbul

turkishinspiration:

Old Istanbul

low-country:

Emile Claus - The Old Gardener (1885)
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low-country:

Emile Claus - The Old Gardener (1885)

tulipnight:

Moonrise over the Carp River by adonyvan on Flickr.

tulipnight:

Moonrise over the Carp River by adonyvan on Flickr.

books0977:

A Spinner In The Sun. Myrtle Reed. Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1906.
A veiled lady returns to her old home and lives in solitude; her neighbors never see her face. What is Evelina hiding under the veil? If anything will convince her to shed her mask, and reveal the past it hides, it is the old-fashioned romance offered by a patient suitor called Piper Tom.
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books0977:

A Spinner In The Sun. Myrtle Reed. Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1906.

A veiled lady returns to her old home and lives in solitude; her neighbors never see her face. What is Evelina hiding under the veil? If anything will convince her to shed her mask, and reveal the past it hides, it is the old-fashioned romance offered by a patient suitor called Piper Tom.

books0977:

Beyond the Border. W.D. Campbell. Illustrated by Helen Stratton. Westminster: Archibald Constable & Co., 1898.
"Yes, it was most decidedly Black Duncan the smith who was at the bottom of the whole affair. He was the author of the remark that set everybody gaping, and made such a tremendous fuss in the town. He it was who let fall the fatal joke, when his wife brought in the dish of broiled haddock that morning at breakfast; and though it is not the best taste to laugh at one’s own pleasantries, he, I must confess, did so. It was beyond measure funny, and not a bite or sup would he taste till he had had his laugh out."
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books0977:

Beyond the Border. W.D. Campbell. Illustrated by Helen Stratton. Westminster: Archibald Constable & Co., 1898.

"Yes, it was most decidedly Black Duncan the smith who was at the bottom of the whole affair. He was the author of the remark that set everybody gaping, and made such a tremendous fuss in the town. He it was who let fall the fatal joke, when his wife brought in the dish of broiled haddock that morning at breakfast; and though it is not the best taste to laugh at one’s own pleasantries, he, I must confess, did so. It was beyond measure funny, and not a bite or sup would he taste till he had had his laugh out."

grand-bazaar:

1910 Russia - Ingushetia Man
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grand-bazaar:

1910 Russia - Ingushetia Man

rickstevensart:

Gustav Klimt | The Park | 43 1/2 x 43 1/2” | 1910 #art #inspiration
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rickstevensart:

Gustav Klimt | The Park | 43 1/2 x 43 1/2” | 1910 #art #inspiration

proteus7:

Curry spice
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proteus7:

Curry spice

turkeysforlife:

#TurkishFood Favourite guvec / casserole filling? :) The weather’s cooling down now, especially at nights so we’re starting to think about more ‘cosy’ foods. We make lots of guvec dishes (like a casserole) in winter. Liver or sucuk usually. Love a seafood one if we’re in a restaurant though. :) http://ift.tt/1qJbx0B
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turkeysforlife:

#TurkishFood Favourite guvec / casserole filling? :) The weather’s cooling down now, especially at nights so we’re starting to think about more ‘cosy’ foods. We make lots of guvec dishes (like a casserole) in winter. Liver or sucuk usually. Love a seafood one if we’re in a restaurant though. :) http://ift.tt/1qJbx0B

bofransson:

Murnau Village - Alexei Jawlensky - 1908
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bofransson:

Murnau Village - Alexei Jawlensky - 1908