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Mon cabinet de curiosités

découvertes étonnantes, amusantes ou jolies

oldbookillustrations:

It was dashed upon the icefield with a fearful crash.
Jules Férat, from The fur country, by Jules Verne, Boston, 1874.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

It was dashed upon the icefield with a fearful crash.

Jules Férat, from The fur country, by Jules Verne, Boston, 1874.

(Source: archive.org)

davidpetersenart:

Wizard of Oz illustration: 2008

davidpetersenart:

Wizard of Oz illustration: 2008

oldbookillustrations:

Three monkeys tied to a log.
From The Buckle my shoe picture book, written and illustrated by Walter Crane, London, 1910.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Three monkeys tied to a log.

From The Buckle my shoe picture book, written and illustrated by Walter Crane, London, 1910.

(Source: archive.org)

musicalblogging:

The xx l Intro

(via rosemaryandthorn)

headlikeanorange:

Fledgling house sparrow

headlikeanorange:

Fledgling house sparrow

wannabeanimator:

Studio Ghibli | 1985 - 2014

After recent rumors of Studio Ghibli closing their animation department and the low box office numbers for When Marnie Was There, it was time to make an appreciation post for a company that has created true movie magic again and again. So, thank you, Studio Ghibli. Hopefully it isn’t good-bye just yet. Studio Ghibli is no longer producing animated films. So here’s to you, Ghibli, and everything you’ve given us.

(via an-animal-imagined-by-poe)

maritimehistorypodcast:

The Battle of the Nile

1 August 1798

The Battle of the Nile began on this day in maritime history, 1 August 1798. The battle, also known as the Battle of Aboukir Bay, saw the British Royal Navy under Horatio Nelson prevail over the Navy of the French Republic in battle that concluded on 3 August. The battle was the climax of a naval campaign that had ranged across the Mediterranean during the previous three months, as a large French convoy sailed from Toulon to Alexandria carrying an expeditionary force under then General Napoleon Bonaparte. The British victory at the Battle of the Nile effectively put an end to Napoleon’s invasion of the Middle East and made Nelson a war hero in the British Empire.

(via british-history)

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