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Bienvenue dans mon
petit monde extraordinaire.

Un monde parallèle.
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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
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moornin:

moomin blog ♡
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moomin blog ♡
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yama-bato:

Rudolf Eickemeyer Jr. (attrib) The Summer Sea 1903
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kokuritsu-keikai-kuiki:

BibliOdyssey: 
Taishō Posters

Title: Toyo Kisen Kaisha = Oriental Steam-Ship Company [Woman with a Fan]Description: A woman in blue kimono holding a fanSubject (Company): Tōyō Kisen Kabushiki Kaisha 東洋滊船株式會社
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deathisastar:

Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty fighting over the Reichenbach Falls.  Illustration by Sidney Paget (1893)
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nitratediva:

I’m sending you some puppies. Unfortunately, they’re stuck in 1920 (not unlike me) and will take a while to get there. From Outside the Law.
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history-of-fashion:

ab. 1606 Robert Peake - Princess Elizabeth (1596–1662), Later Queen of Bohemia
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art-and-things-of-beauty:

René Grönland (1849-1892) - Still life with fish, oil on canvas, 100 x 89,5 cm.
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blackpaint20:

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Bats and Umbrellas, 1882
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Lonesome, 1928
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beatonna:

some tortured feelings to put to music 
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thedogsofarthistory:

Dog with a Biscuit and a Chinese Cup by Giovanna Garzoni, 1640s
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fotojournalismus:

"Albino", 1956.
Photo by Nino Migliori
(via nevver)