Sevenoaks — There’s something about books that is very hard to beat, don’t you think? I’m talking about real, physical books. Especially old books! It’s not just the feel, although that’s definitely part of it. It’s the smell too. And the thrill of turning the page to reveal the next part of the story. And with old books the craftsmanship too. It’s just a much fuller, richer experience than flipping ope...
Paris — At Coquelicot des Abbesses in Montemarte, they serve you literal bowls of black coffee with your half slice of baguette in the morning. (Jam and honey pots, complimentary.) Before I left the south, I...
Costa mesa — I thought it was over. Done. Never again. That Tuesday when I’d had enough and deleted my main email account. Severed like an artery. And then I stepped away, put the little box down and picked up a p...
Until the very End...
Day 69 #100happydays: Free books
Burning the Books
Making their mark
Don't judge a book by its title!
Books Do Teach A Lot Of Things ...
I am not a book lover
Paju book hotel rooms
Old and New. Or Old and Older
Alternative Prayer Book
Today was my last meeting as a board member of indie press champions Inpress Books.
It’s usually when something is taken from you that you value it the most.
Reading in airplanes.
The whereabouts of a book
What to do when the front cover of an old paperback rips off? Use it as a bookmark, of course!
In the beginning: Gutenberg Bible
The Old-Fashioned Way of Keeping Memories
Notes from shoot with artist Vince Koloski:
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #11 - The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #9 - Hercule Poirot and the Greenshore Folly (Agatha Christie)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #8 - Mrs Dalloway (Virginia Woolf)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #7 - Sherlock Holmes stories (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #6b - The Golden Sparrow (on The Day of the Triffids bench)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #6 - The Day of the Triffids (John Wyndham)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #5 - James Bond stories (Ian Fleming)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #4 - Peter Pan (1) (J.M. Barrie)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #3 - Pride and Prejudice (Jane Austen)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #10 - Nineteen Eighty-Four (George Orwell)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #2 - Jeeves and Wooster (P.G. Wodehouse)
The Bloomsbury Book Benches #1 - The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (C.S. Lewis)
Everyone's favorite spot for a photo op in The Last Bookstore
Books are the Stairway to the Imagination
What a shrewd fellow!
It's official. I'm a photographer once again.
One of each, please
The ocean whispering & roaring along the wild Oregon coast, where I will find Li Po thinking of mountains & friends & emerald wine...