AN ESSAY IN ATTITUDES
Great photographs, Admiral. What is the source?http://putthison.com/post/30524417818/green-corduroys-for-fall-im-personally-not-one
In shelves of old books, in books that may not have been looked into for decades or perhaps centuries, I wonder what may have been left between the pages. I tend to use obsolete banknotes as page markers, or photographs or printed ephemera or news clippings relevant to the book's subject. And wouldn't it be nice to find a map?
LBF, I hope you haven't missed the hissy-fit directed at a few like-minded thinkers (such as Derbs at Takimag)in what they are calling the Dark Enlightenment. Derbs & N.J. Bell comment on it at Takimaghttp://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/technology/jamiebartlett/100012093/meet-the-dark-enlightenment-sophisticated-neo-fascism-thats-spreading-fast-on-the-net/
Thanks in advance, Admiral.
Anon ~ "Ian Campbell, the 12th Duke of Argyll, Inveraray Castle, Scotland, 1984" [source: WellWornWornWell.tumblr blog]DEK ~ Indeed. I sometimes find old newspaper clippings or notes in my old books.GSL ~ I've been commenting at all those articles, and my other blogs. It's an interesting development, we'll see where it goes.
A lot of the DE strikes me as WN for pussies.
The images are taken by Allan Warren if Im not mistaken. He published a book about the Dukes of Britain a few years ago. The 12th Duke was a great man, but his son however is not so great...
Cam @02:59 ~ Progress not perfection.HG ~ Thanks. I shall have to find a copy.
"His Grace" is correct:http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Photographs_by_Allan_Warren
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