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Bienvenue dans mon
petit monde extraordinaire.

Un monde parallèle.
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portraits-souvenirs:

gueule-de-loupviolette:

Chihuahua (1930s).

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harpoonataventure:

Scott’s Antarctic expedition used a husky in place of a fox terrier to recreate the famous HMV logo. (1907)
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teatimeatwinterpalace:

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna during an official visiti to France in 1896.
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ourmotherearthblog:

Wildlife Natural Wonders
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picolaine-chats:

Originale (892 x 1164)
Trois chatons : Louis Eugène Lambert (1825-1900) - Ωméga *
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/
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portraits-souvenirs:

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portraits-souvenirs:

amospoe:

"Ey, what’s up Doc?"
— Bugs Bunny

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coeursfideles:

Romola (Henry King, 1924)
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undr:

Margaret Bourke-White
Hats in the Garment District, New York, 1930
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the-lamplighter:

Charlie Chaplin Tribute Act (1920’s London)
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thehystericalsociety:

"Mentor" - c. 1910s - (Via)
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goldenelanor:

The Black Cat, 1934
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stretchingthestrudel:

mattias221b:

November 2012 - that means it’s 125 years since Sherlock Holmes first appeared! The story was Arthur Conan Doyle’s “A Study in Scarlet” and it was published in Beeton’s Christmas Annual, November 1887.
Let’s have a Sherlockian celebration during the whole of November!

that sounds cool :) I’ll put this on The Baz