One thing I love about old books is the deep impression left on the page by each letter of the press. Don’t you want to run your fingers over this page and feel the letters? Thankfully, this book is behind… Read More ›
Stamped image on the first edition (1948) cloth cover of The Old Beauty and Others by Willa Cather. WSC stands for Willa Sibert Cather, but what is the meaning behind the imagery?
I’ve never been into MadLibs, but this version caught my attention and the pizza was good, too! More Wordless Wednesday here.
Garden gnome reading a book on top of a solar light disguised as a mushroom. I wonder what book he’s reading? Check out more Wordless Wednesday images HERE.
The Alternative AlphabetSee more Wordless Wednesday contributions here.
Photo taken at The Book Barn in Niantic, CT on 4.22.14
my copy of The Da Vinci Code. Printer’s Row, Chicago, June 7, 2003. Wordless Wednesday
Visited March 11, 2014Jaffrey, New Hampshire
A reminder of death lingering over life. For more Wordless Wednesday, click here.