Ce qu'on a perdu en rêve


  1. ocevns:

rustically:

Enchanted Way. by Oxutka on Flickr.
  2. ananasbooks:

    mychemicalbooks:

    Here are the pics of Shakespeare & Co! I had my friends model for me, it was really fun! Prettiest bookstore I’ve ever been to; the people were so sweet, and the old books were just wow. I bought A Wrinkle in Time there :)

    You guys are soooo cute! too bad you’re like 12…..

    (via feelingsofthesecondarycharacters)

  3. tilly-and-her-books:

Shelfie!
  4. littlemusicalwitch:

anglophilium:

One ring to rule them all

*heavy nerd breathing*

    littlemusicalwitch:

    anglophilium:

    One ring to rule them all

    *heavy nerd breathing*

    (via cas-cannot-twerk)

  5. acidadebranca:

Johann Bernhard and Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach
Austrian National Library plans
Vienna, Austria, 1723–26

    acidadebranca:

    Johann Bernhard and Joseph Emanuel Fischer von Erlach

    Austrian National Library plans

    Vienna, Austria, 1723–26

  6. martial-arts-journey:

Buddhist monk feeding a tiger.

    martial-arts-journey:

    Buddhist monk feeding a tiger.

    (via somethingclever206)

  7. dukeofbookingham:

    helloyoucreatives:

    You are never alone with a good book.

    Sure but if I were in bed with Sherlock Holmes you can be damn sure we wouldn’t be sleeping.

    (via booksandpublishing)

  8. theladyintweed:

    4,000 Houses for 4,000 Followers: No 5:

    Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire, England. 

    Built by Thomas Paine, Robert Adam and Matthew Brettingham in 1759.

  9. wasbella102:

Pierre Bonnard’s colour pallette and other materials on his worktable

    wasbella102:

    Pierre Bonnard’s colour pallette and other materials on his worktable

  10. Eoin Macken + books' tweets (x)

    (via feelingsofthesecondarycharacters)

  11. strawberryleaves:

Book Photo Challenge Day 6 - Favorite Series

The Immortal Nicholas Flammel Series by Michael Scott

    strawberryleaves:

    Book Photo Challenge Day 6 - Favorite Series

    The Immortal Nicholas Flammel Series by Michael Scott

    (via teacoffeebooks)

  12. skindeeptales:

Farfalla Ink

    skindeeptales:

    Farfalla Ink

    (via thesillyoldbear)

  13. japaneseaesthetics:

"DOGU" ceramics, which were discovered in remains of Aomori. Jomon-era. BC.3,500 - BC.2,500. Aomori Japan. Via Pinterest

    japaneseaesthetics:

    "DOGU" ceramics, which were discovered in remains of Aomori. Jomon-era. BC.3,500 - BC.2,500. Aomori Japan. Via Pinterest

    (via therurrjurr)