Life Amongst The Pelicans.

"We believed in the existence in this country of a vast reading public for intelligent books at a low price, and staked everything on it." - Sir Allen Lane

“We believed in the existence in this country of a vast reading public for intelligent books at a low price, and staked everything on it.” – Sir Allen Lane

About mirrenaudax

Slightly greying, bequiffed and enterprising visual artist from Up North.
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5 Responses to Life Amongst The Pelicans.

  1. calmgrove says:

    I passed on my copies of Digging Up the Past and The Symphony a little while ago, perhaps this is where they ended up…

  2. Joachim Boaz says:

    Next, life among the Penguins….

  3. camariano43 says:

    your “private Lilliput” is beautiful I really enjoyed the pelicans Great post and lovely pics thanks

    just few words now :

    VANDALS. A few days ago I read that in Ronchamp in France, one of the most important works of the architecture of the ‘900, a masterpiece of the architect Le Corbusier, suffered a serious act of vandalism: between 16 and January 17, 2014, someone broke through a window of the chapel of Notre-Dame du Haut, after the failed attempt to enter the front door, forcing it and damaging it. In my small way I would give my modest contribution to stigmatize the sad event. if you have time try to see this video:

    original photographs by mario caruso. music ,C minor blues of Modern Jazz Quartet , and adagio for strings by Samuel Barber.
    full screen reccomended , I would be pleased to receive your comments . thank you .

  4. Hahaha. Great idea! Shouldn’t we all stand on the back of literature…

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