Tout emballé, Edward Addeo Food Photography, fish and newspaper

Love artistic and rustic food photography like this :)

Its all in how you look at things...(Frank Yamrus)

View Untitled Kiss by Frank Yamrus on artnet. Browse more artworks Frank Yamrus from ClampArt.

Invest in a trench coat - wear over evening wear, with jeans or over a dress in Spring.

New York Times, Black and White

Can this be me in my kitchen in a couple years? This kitchen is nice.

Having that quiet moment to read in the morning.

Image Via: A Well Traveled Woman

Reading the Newspaper. (Though, being the observant person that I am -- I know that this is just a staged photo because with the way in which she is holding that newspaper, the print facing her would actually have upside-down lettering.

Just-a-ridin' around, no biggie.   We just hope all of that gets recycled. Only 66 percent of all paper is recovered and reused.

Daily News(paper) by Bike

Coffee break

An entry from note to self

Man with Morning Paper.

I read the News Today

Petra van der Hulst on

Astraia should read the newspaper Peggy Carter

Public Library, Manhattan

Public Library, Manhattan

“The confidence people have in their beliefs is not a measure of the quality of evidence but of the coherence of the story that the mind has managed to construct”

How Our Minds Mislead Us: The Marvels and Flaws of Our Intuition

Noske - Artis [zoo amsterdam], an unexpectedly literate ostrich reads its caretaker’s newspaper, February 1951

Huge work load, no time for newspaper reading

Today I'd like to share some cute pictures of babies and children you'll like. Each of the photos shows why we love children.

Pencils made from Recycled Newspapers

old french newspapers

Eva & Rose & Judi

A strong handshake and smiling can increase your chances of receiving a job offer.

Marshall McLuhan, December 1972

Marshall McLuhan reads in

Newsday publisher Alicia Patterson reading her newspaper in backseat of her chauffeur-driven limousine, with large fur lap robe covering her legs, en route to LI office from NYC. Long Island, NY (1958). LIFE.Great-granddaughter of Joseph Medill, owner of the Chicago Tribune, Patterson found her calling late in life when her third husband, Harry Guggenheim, used $750,000 of the Guggenheim family’s fortune to help his wife found the Nassau Daily Journal, also known as Newsday.

Photographer unknown, Newsday publisher Alicia Patterson reading her newspaper in backseat of her chauffeur-driven limousine, w. large fur lap robe covering her legs, en route to LI office from NYC.

Holiday newspaper reading...

Reading on the porch swing

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