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The Salzspeicher (salt storehouses) of Lübeck, Germany, are six historic brick buildings on the Upper Trave River next to the Holstentor (the western city gate).


Built in the 16th–18th centuries, the houses stored salt that was mined near Lüneburg and brought to Lübeck over the Stecknitz Canal. The salt was then shipped to several ports in the Baltic region, where the commodity was relatively rare, but was in high demand for the preservation of food. The salt trade from the late Middle Ages onward was a major reason for the power of Lübeck and the Hanseatic League


storehouses 1 build 1579

storehouses 2 build 1599

storehouses 3 bulid 1600

storehouses 4 build 1594

storehouses 5 build 1743–1745

storehouses 6 build 1743–1745.


In the course of the centuries, the houses were adapted for the storage of different goods, such as cloth, grain and wood.


Part of the complex was used as the residence of Count Orlok in the classic horror movie Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens.

Herzog's Nosferatu film tribute

Blending and torturing images to come up with this composite

J'avais quelques soucis avec depuis quelques temps, l'inspiration me manque.. j'ai tenté un truc improvisé en photo avec, et voila le résultat..


J'ai aussi un soucis avec ma BJD, j'ai une idée pour ses sourcils mais je n'ose pas sauter le pas.. du coup elle reste dans sa boite, je veux aussi changer ses yeux et sa wig.. a voir donc, sinon vente, mais je pense que j'ai déjà dit tout sa..

Cette mystérieuse citation extraite du film Nosferatu de Murnau est célèbre pour être devenue le mot de passe des surréalistes en leur temps, grâce à Breton.

Chloé loves Draaagola

Friedrich Wilhelm "F. W." Murnau (December 28, 1888 – March 11, 1931), Friedrich Gustav Maximilian Schreck (6 September 1879 – 20 February 1936)

model: Luna - dedicated to [in][ri][e]voluzione aka mr. q.


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" Honey, I'm back.

Home, sweet home.

I miss you, Honey, you know.

The life is bitter when our home is far..."


Laélie Decomble [Pullip CWR] to Saëns Saint-Saimille [Taeyang Nosferatu]

My Armand - Taeyang Nosferatu

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Je reviens un peu avec un cliché de Louis, l'idée de la photo me trottait depuis un bail dans la tête..

C'est Louis qui s'y est collé !


J'ai aussi pensé aux tailles que pouvaient faire mes dolls façon réels..

Luv serai le plus grand (1m90/95), et Praxède la plus petite (1m20/25)..

Dans l'ordre pour les mec : Luv ; Eryx ; Louis ; Naoki. pour les filles j'ai pas encore tout réfléchit n__n


I re-made a shoot I took 3 years ago with Faust in my grandparents' library, with new skills and stuffs (my belooooved refleeeex ♥)

Faust is always awesome, no matter the context of the picture ♥ I love him so much ♥


J'ai recémment fait un re-make d'une séance qui date d'il y a trois ans, avec Faust dans la bibliothèque de mes grands parents, mais cette fois avec de nouvelles retouches, et mon reflex adoré bien sur ♥

Faust est toujours superbe, peu importe le contexte ♥ Je l'adore ♥

Nosferatu, wanting to test his limits, decided to show his face to the sun. The sun's rays were so painful, that no one has seen him in over fifty years.


This is my new guy Nosferatu! He is still a vampire, but I need to choose a new name for him (terrible at names -_-). Without my friend Kasumi, I wouldn't have this amazing guy with me here today! Everyone gave him such a 'warm' welcoming :3


Taeyang Nosferatu

10 years collecting Pullip dolls... There are some of my Pullip boxes >0<

A page dedicated to a day in the life of Nosferatu, the master of terror and his encounter with Van Helsing the dog.

(fun/amusing perspective )


Short video clip on vampires

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I love Halloween,.. I love October,.. I'm going to try to post a Halloween themed photo every day of the month of October!




Thanks to Zu and Dario

Orava Castle is situated on a high rock above Orava river. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful castles in Slovakia. The castle was built in the Kingdom of Hungary in the thirteenth century. Many scenes of the 1922 film Nosferatu were filmed here.

Messin' with the mono again. I tried to give the old tower a darker look....somewhere Nosferatu would feel quite at home I think :)


Texture by Pareeerica. Thank you :)

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