The Gates of Thornfield

George Samuel Elgood
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" Light thinks it travels faster than anything but it is wrong. No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first, and is waiting for it. "
- Terry Pratchett, Reaper Man
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Cannes
early 20th century
Séeberger
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A peasant girl stands with goats next to a house in an alpine valley. Location: Switzerland. Photographer: DR. GILBERT H. GROSVENOR/National Geographic Stock
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Paris Square, Bare Trees, 1925, Christopher Wood. English (1901 - 1930)
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Arjuna and the river nymph.

Warwick Goble, from Indian myth and legend, by Donald Alexander Mackenzie, London, 1913.

(Source: archive.org)
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Tiergarten, Berlin, Lesser Ury. Germany (1861 - 1931)
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"P&P is not just social mores and falling in love: it’s about realising the impact you have on people. It’s about realising that you can hurt others by saying too much, like Lizzie, or too little, like Jane.”
(Rosamund Pike)


I REALLY WANT TO DYE MY HAIR LIKE JANE’S. AKA: HOW IT WAS WHEN I WAS LITTLE BUT I HAVE NO BALLS DAMN IT
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Peder Mørk Mønsted 
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A Boat Moored on a Quiet Lake
Peder Mork Monsted
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Émile Vernet-Lecomte: Aimée, A Young Egyptian (Detail), 1869 
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A covey of grey partridges in the snow, Charles Frederick Tunnicliffe. English (1901 - 1979)
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Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye, John MacWhirter. Scottish (1839 - 1911)
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April 2,1513: ” And believing that this land was an island, they named it La Florida, because it had a very beautiful view of many and cool woodlands, and it was level and uniform; and because, moreover, they discovered it in the time of the Feast of Flowers [Pascua Florida]…”
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Paris Tubidu Graphics

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