"Amidst the pages of these thick books, in flattened type, marvels appeared. Like straight lilies there surge up young men, who are, thanks in part to me, both princes and beggars."
Thanks to He of Wandering Eyes for the wonderful recommendation.
Photographs by the amazing Emil Cadoo
You have just made my week with this post!
That book made my life!
unforgettable. you do find the best.
We ought to think that we are one of the leaves of a tree, and the tree is all humanity. We cannot live without the others, without the tree.
(I find this quote apropos here and just left the same at Ivan's site. We are all connected, even the keys as we type.
victoria-thank you...i think the same about you
pgt-I saw the beautiful quote on Ivan's and thank you for putting it on mine! You have a way!
I'm very inclined to borrow one of these photographs for a posting I'm contemplating on a question Genet would have simplified for me greatly. I'll drop you a note to assure you of one's good will in the matter - and of attribution, naturally. Excellent posting.
Merci Laurent, I've seen your lovely comments around...looking forward to your blog!
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