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Seen in An Uncertain Destiny

(Mystic 208, 241, 26)

Reading, England 25/3/3017

but they insist on popping up everywhere.

Reading is the sole means by which we slip, involuntarily, often helplessly, into another's skin, another's voice, another's soul.

Joyce Carol Oates

 

hbw :)

Europe - France - Paris - Station Metro Chatelet Les Halles : " Reading women " " Lectrices "

Practising still life lighting tonight (and I need a lot of practise). This is lit with a combination of candlelight, flash and a torch.

 

Day 27 submission for April 2017 - a month in 30 pictures

 

117 pictures in 2017 (65) burn the midnight oil

In China the year of the cock has begun

A beautiful tradition and always a splendid celebration

Every 12 years one can celebrate its zodiac

My was 2016, the monkey and now I have to again

12 years waiting. Should you believe in it or not?

It belongs to our daily life;)

Nice thing is that at the same time my Amaryllis

in full bloom.

  

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We moved into a new office on the tenth floor, and this is what I can see with my reading glasses on :)

Reading a beautiful thing, especially between the arms of the magnificent nature

Some books captivate you, and invite again and again to re-live the pleasure of being with them...

Poland

Winter

Afternoon

 

Kind of one of those days that going outside feels like more work than it needs to be...grey,, gloomy......nah, I have a good book to read and it feels like a perfect time to curl up on the couch and do just that.

 

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Reading a book silence dublin one light mam

 

Some of my beloved books.

We Read to Know We're Not Alone

 

HDR 7 scatti

Fotocamera: Nikon D700

Aperture: f/8

Shutter Speed: 0.8 s

Lente: 24 mm

ISO: 400

Exposure Bias: 0 EV

Flash: Off, Did not fire

Lens: Nikkor AF-S FX 24-70mm f/2.8 G ED

Read Road at Riverside Point, Clarke Quay, Singapore.

 

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Please do not use this photo on any websites or for personal use.

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:copyright:2015 Fantommst

 

"You know you’ve read a good book when you turn the last page and feel a little as if you have lost a friend ... "

~ Paul Sweeney

Orthodox Jews come to the Western Wall to read, pray and worship.

reading should be considered another realm of reality. head in the clouds series.

  

ninety three of three sixty five

 

i had something else planned, but it didn't work out editing wise.

 

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Giselle reads her new mag "DerPuppe"

 

Strictly speaking I'm a bit irritated by the title, because it's not correct German...anyway, it's artistic freedom and a great idea. :-)

 

#DERPUPPE

Read Bridge is located at Clarke Quay, Singapore. It crosses the Singapore River linking Clarke Quay to Swissôtel Merchant Court. The bridge was built in 1881 and completed in 1889.

I created this based on a photo I took of my great nephew reading a book. Reading expands your mind and creates new worlds.

Rolleiflex Xenotar 2.8f + Rolleinar

In the museum - Boijmans - van Beuningen. Rotterdam/ NL. www.boijmans.nl

Oussama Infinity Photography :copyright:

Reading book in library

Reading Station is the location of Scania Metropolitan 113 (ORD 113R). It will work to Grovelands on route 30. Another of the batch (119) can be seen behind. Reading was unusual in using silver on black registration plates at this time.

Reading Buses 167 SN14 FGP is seen in the workshop of the Reading Buses depot.

Drinking Earl Grey tea on a very grey morning in December, reading the first pages of Howards End by E.M. Forster.

Taken in London, west end area. I took a couple of shots of her as she was reading and on the last shot she looked up and bingo.

The Reading Room at the New York Public Library located at fifth avenue between 40th - 42nd avenue.

 

Construction of the library commenced in 1902 but did not officially open until 1911. Two famous stone lions guarding the entrance were sculpted by Edward Clark Potter and were originally named Leo Astor and Leo Lenox, in honor of the library's founders.

 

The main reading room of the Research Library is a majestic 78 feet wide by 297 feet long, with 52 feet high ceilings—lined with thousands of reference books on open shelves along the floor level and along the balcony; lit by massive windows and grand chandeliers; furnished with sturdy wood tables, comfortable chairs, and brass lamps.

 

The building was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965. (source: wiki)

 

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“Today a reader, tomorrow a leader.”

 

The joy of reading.

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