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Yoga with Karel : Yinspiration Monday #36

Continuing a week of looking back, I thought I'd share my favorite non-scrapbook and non-art journal projects from January It's one of my favorite projects because I love the face -- very different from what I was doing.

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The Half Graffiti Hotel Room Imagine walking into your hotel room and experiencing this! Artist Tilt has created Panic Room inside the Au Vieux Panier hotel in Marseille, France. The unique hotel has.

Oh God yes!

The Reading Room, John Rylands Library, Manchester. -whoever john rylands is, I'm about to go to England and marry his ass so I can use his library lol

Tuscany, Italy (maybe in another language but the photo's are universal. gorgeous photography and great travel images)

Tuscany: I have been to this EXACT place and walked on that SAME road!

Spot a Kindle Book on the Stacks - We don't have any ebooks (yet), but I am going to make a couple of these to try out this year.  Ordered the  polystyrene sheet already...

Making Library e-Books on the e-Book Reader Visible - love love love this idea! so many people dont know that we have ebooks.and would be great way to advertise our ebook tutorial program coming up!

Does your Kindle leave you feeling like there’s something missing from your reading experience? Have you been avoiding e-books because they just don’t smell right? If you’ve been hesitant to jump on the e-book bandwagon, you’re not alone. Book lovers everywhere have resisted digital books because they still don’t compare to the experience of reading a good old fashioned paper book. But all of that is changing thanks to Smell of Books, a revolutionary new aerosol e-book enhancer.

Best of Book Riot: Book Fetish

Strange Spray Scents - Do you absolutely love the smell of new books? Well with the “Smell of Books” aerosol spray, you can get a whiff o.

Do you like Phil Collins?

Music fans appreciate the many musical references in American Psycho

This beautiful avenue of beech trees was planted by the Stuart family in the eighteenth century. It was intended as a compelling landscape feature to impress visitors as they approached the entrance to their home, Gracehill House. Two centuries later, the trees remain a magnificent sight and have become known as the Dark Hedges.

The Dark Hedges, Ireland

The Dark Hedges (Beech Trees) : Unique stretch of the Bregagh Road near Armoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

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