Dans mon livre...
A francophone from Montréal, back to class in translation for a second degree...
I love to travel... back from ex-Yougoslavia... I fell in love with Sarajevo and Belgrade!
So keep on keepin' on brothers and sisters!

Cheers! Love!

LouLouxxx
Dans mon livre...
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mrlapadite:

GEAR GRINDER  |   info@geargrinder.co.uk  |   20 FARRINGDON RD EC1M 3HE  |  MADE IN THE UK 
mrlapadite:

GEAR GRINDER  |   info@geargrinder.co.uk  |   20 FARRINGDON RD EC1M 3HE  |  MADE IN THE UK 
mrlapadite:

GEAR GRINDER  |   info@geargrinder.co.uk  |   20 FARRINGDON RD EC1M 3HE  |  MADE IN THE UK 
mrlapadite:

GEAR GRINDER  |   info@geargrinder.co.uk  |   20 FARRINGDON RD EC1M 3HE  |  MADE IN THE UK 
mrlapadite:

GEAR GRINDER  |   info@geargrinder.co.uk  |   20 FARRINGDON RD EC1M 3HE  |  MADE IN THE UK 
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darkface:

Smoke blanket on the forest (by Arbor Aesthetics)
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xenophone:

The Queen’s Room - Zenana, Udaipur  photo by Karen Knorr
India Song
(and a tip of the hat to art-and-fury)
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allleft:

by Alberto Reyes
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lustik:

Bird Ballerina - JR Artist.
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
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fairy-wren:

(via 500px / Scarlet-thighed Dacnis by Juan Carlos Vindas)
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hqlines:

Never regret. If it’s good, it’s wonderful. If it’s bad, it’s experience.
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chrisburkard:

By far the Raddest form of transportation has to be a floatplane…
(at Deep in the heart of the PNW)
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lifestyleoftheunemployed:

Lower the Monthly Nut
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fleurdulys:

Bar Tabarin - Jan Sluyters
1906
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humansofnewyork:

"Do you remember the happiest moment of your life?""One time back in 73’, I went to see a show at the Village Vanguard by Rahsaan Roland Kirk. He was amazing. He could play three saxophones at one time. I went to his last set of the night, and I got there early and found him sitting at the bar. I went up to him and asked if I could join him on stage for a song, but he told me that he wouldn’t have the time. ‘If you change your mind,’ I told him, ‘I’ll be sitting in the front row corner.’ I told him exactly where I’d be because he was blind. Then right at the end of the show, he started waving toward my table. I got up there and started playing, and at one point he motioned for the whole band to stop, and I got to play a solo up on the stage. Everyone was clapping for me. I rode home on the subway that night feeling like a king. Feeling like I could play with anyone in the world."
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humansofnewyork:

Seen in Central Park
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Fait ben trop chaud calvaire!!!
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The Lovecats

The Lovecats

The Lovecats

The Lovecats