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The Wisdom of the Incendiary Volumes

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By Kindra Nikole on Flickr.

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by RaymondMottl

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Dreaming On The Edge

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Photography by Terez Markova. Visit her flicker account here:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/terezmarkova/

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Mocking Jay Part One Posters!

Cover Too Cover

Today some Mocking Jay Part One posters were released! Finally we are getting some more stuff! This time last year we had all the tribute posters for each character! Anyways, here are the posters below!

I love the posters, but you can’t really see anyones face all that well, and why no Katniss? I understand Peeta, because of what happened but no Katniss? Really? What do you guys think of the posters? Let me know below!

Keep on fangirling…..

Jordan 🙂

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Literary Lovers

Literary Lovers

“I came away with pieces of you sticking to me; I am walking about, swimming, in an ocean of blood, your Andalusian blood, distilled and poisonous. I saw you as the mistress of your home, a Moor with a heavy face, a Negress with a white body, eyes all over your skin, woman, woman, woman! I can’t see how I can go on living away from you…”

~ Henry Miller writing to Anais Nin, August 1932

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Abelardo Morel, Books, 2002

Abelardo Morel, Books, 2002

‘One day in 1993 I was looking at a book of works by El Greco. As I turned a page, its surface caught light from a window at a funny angle, changing a reproduction of a painting into a shimmering distortion. What I saw wasn’t El Greco anymore, but it was a beautiful new image nonetheless. I photographed this effect and was immediately inspired to find other ways of seeing books in a new light, so to speak.

‘The books pictured here range from the very rare to the most common. My attraction to them has less to do with their rarity or preciousness than with my wanting to find out the stories they have to tell. Making photographs of these imagined narratives is at the heart of my work here.’

A link to Morel’s gallery:

http://www.abelardomorell.net/

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