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TASTING BOOKS
















A fascinating book : Bones by Steve Jenkins.

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10 comments:

alexandra said...

The first photo looks like a painting of XIXème C.
Gorgeous!

c. said...

love the 1. picture... this collar looks great!

Amélie said...

Very interesting book. Thank you for sharing.
The first picture is fascinating. The colours and shadows, really like a painting.

kenza said...

magnificent!

Karumen said...

thanks for sharing these interesting titles! :D

Yoli said...

Your images are stunning. That first one blew me away.

Alma said...

Fascinating! Such an atmosphere in this series.

sonoko said...

Iza looks like a princess in Middle Ages.How classical and beautiful her image is! I felt down to her world.

Anya adores said...

I love books and I also love it when children get into reading books and the stories they imagine :) Have a great day sweets,
Axxx

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

This hits home for me...last week, my husband brought home a crawfish ("crayfish"?) from the Cajun restaurant where he sometimes works. It had been on the menu that week, and there was a live one left over at the end of the night. My husband brought it home in a jar to show to Q. He put it in the refrigerator in its jar, and I felt so badly for it that, in the morning, I decided to take it to the nearest lake and release it. I was very concerned that, after a day in the restaurant kitchen and a night in the fridge, it would be too stressed to survive. So I woke early to drive to the lake and release it. As soon as I dropped it into the lake, it stretched out both its arms and released one of its legs. The leg fell off into the lake. I was horrified! When I got home, I looked it up on the internet, and turns out that crawfish are able to release a leg as a defense mechanism, and then re-grow that leg. I was SO relieved.