Merely Anecdotal

Hey! You found my blog! Well I think it's great... Give us a snog! Ah ye bloody ingrate... But anyhoo, for those that do stay, Let me give you fair warning what lies yonder, nay? A bit of The Doctor in his blue box so keen, Sherlock and Watson, just friends, so it seems. Next, Harry Potter indeed made me cry, but as long as I’m posting in my mind no one died. Charlie Chaplin helped a nation throughout despair. They called him a commie, boy did America fuck up there. Let’s see what else? Ah the books that I read. The music I hear. And the photos I see. That’s all I can think of, my blog’s galore. But of course this is Tumblr, SO THERE’S PROBABLY MORE.
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WHOVIAN
SHERLOCKIAN
REBELLION
LOTR
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Gandalf inspecting the ring, with Frodo. Illustrated on FOTR chapter The Shadow Of The Past.

Illustration by Chad Thorson

Photography by Victoria J Baxter

I just hope I remember to tell my kids that they are as happy as I look in my old photographs. And I hope that they believe me.

-The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Photography by AshTrayGirl

Photography by AshTrayGirl

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Photography by Taylor Dawn Fortune

Hi friends. If anyone is on Flickr and would like a random contact from the Internet let us join in holy union.

"The Professor and the Madman: A Tale of Murder, Insanity, and the Making of the Oxford English Dictionary", by Simon Winchester

Photography by Ourit Ben-Haïm

I regret, kind sir, that I am not. It is not at all as you suppose. I am in fact the Governor of the Broadmoor Criminal Lunatic Asylum. Dr. Minor is most certainly here. But he is an inmate. He has been a patient here for more than twenty years. He is our longest-staying resident.

- The Professor and The Madman by Simon Winchester

cool picture Luke’s Fizzing

Owl reads Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.

Photography by Margo Conner

Photography by michasenrose

The Dark Hedges

The Dark Hedges in Northern Ireland

Photography by Matthias Haker


Gracehill Northern Ireland-These beech trees, known as "The Dark Hedges" were planted by the Stuart family almost 300 years ago. A stunning natural phenomenon, this stretch of road soon became a source of legend. A ghostly figure “The Grey Lady” is known to walk along the winding road at dusk, disappearing once she passes the last tree.
Photography by Colleen

Gracehill Northern Ireland-These beech trees, known as "The Dark Hedges" were planted by the Stuart family almost 300 years ago. A stunning natural phenomenon, this stretch of road soon became a source of legend. A ghostly figure “The Grey Lady” is known to walk along the winding road at dusk, disappearing once she passes the last tree.

Photography by Colleen

Nabokov, framed

Statue of Vladimir Nabokov in Montreux, Switzerland.

Photography by overthemoon

Artwork by Suellen Santana


Vladimir Nabokov statue overlooking Lake Geneva in front of Palace Hotel. 
Photography by spklein52

Vladimir Nabokov statue overlooking Lake Geneva in front of Palace Hotel.

Photography by spklein52