Tutustu kiinnostaviin ideoihin!

Tutustu aiheeseen liittyviin aiheisiin

86.  Still, in every July I was working in the monastery. Procession in Lintula convent was the highlight of my summer.

86. Still, in every July I was working in the monastery. Procession in Lintula convent was the highlight of my summer.

aaaaaaaaaaaah! and a horse casquete!!!!!

aaaaaaaaaaaah! and a horse casquete!!!!!

1400's dress in my potagerie!

1400's dress in my potagerie!

34.  And yes, it happened again. Immediately I was left alone.

34. And yes, it happened again. Immediately I was left alone.

Actress Mia Farrow Reading to Her Adoptive Vietnamese Daughter Lark and Others Outside at Home by Alfred Eisenstaedt

Actress Mia Farrow Reading to Her Adoptive Vietnamese Daughter Lark and Others Outside at Home by Alfred Eisenstaedt

Chester being held by his mother Lucy Maud Montgomery 1912

Chester being held by his mother Lucy Maud Montgomery 1912

Europe |  Portrait of a young woman, wearing traditional clothes, Norway  | © Laila Duran #shawl #Scandinavian

Europe | Portrait of a young woman, wearing traditional clothes, Norway | © Laila Duran #shawl #Scandinavian

One of the medieval-style cottages of William Randolph Hearst's Wyntoon, still owned by the Hearst family, in Siskiyou, California.  The only way to get a glimpse of Hearst's Bavarian "village" is by kayak, and traveling through dangerous rapids.  (Gill & Witney, 1978)

One of the medieval-style cottages of William Randolph Hearst's Wyntoon, still owned by the Hearst family, in Siskiyou, California. The only way to get a glimpse of Hearst's Bavarian "village" is by kayak, and traveling through dangerous rapids. (Gill & Witney, 1978)

Martha Stewart with her daughter, Alexis.

Martha Stewart with her daughter, Alexis.

Thatched Medieval house - most medieval homes were cold, damp, and dark. Many peasant families ate, slept, and spent time together in very small quarters, rarely more than one or two rooms. The houses had thatched roofs and were easily destroyed.

Thatched Medieval house - most medieval homes were cold, damp, and dark. Many peasant families ate, slept, and spent time together in very small quarters, rarely more than one or two rooms. The houses had thatched roofs and were easily destroyed.

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