Saturday, 12 July 2014

Picture This #259 ~ School Subjects

Literature
lit

History
history2

Botany
botany


11 comments:

  1. The first photo was taken yesterday at Governor's Island National Monument. Fort Jay looking toward Manhattan and One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower).

    The second photo is from The Morgan Library, NYC

    and the third photo is also from Governor's Island.

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  2. Congrats, Robert! Beautiful banner. I absolutely love it!

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  3. Hi, Debby, as always 3 great shots of New York. Wonderful span of history in your first. The second is very creative and striking. And one of the books is "Five Little Peppers and How They Grew"; I read that as a kid and haven't thought about it in years. Lovely Red-eye Daisy!

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  4. Thanks, Benni! Me, too! Did you read "The Peterkin Papers" also?

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    1. I didn't read the Peterkin Papers, but of course I read "A Child's Garden of Verses."

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  5. Hi Debby!! Three great shots for Anders' theme!! Wonderful selection of old books in the first shot. Excellent contrast between old and new in the second shot, also showing simultaneously two important periods of history. Beautifully mellow flower in the third shot.

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  6. A wonderful shot of book.

    Glorious building.

    Utterly lovely sunflower.

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  7. Hi Debby! Three beautiful shots for this week's theme.... I wonder the subjects depicted were your favourite ones... I like the top photo, very much.... v

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  8. Very much like the book presentation. you have to know where to look for the histroy of New York, interesting photo. Good shot of the flower.

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  9. Great set of photos from NYC. I like the image of the fort with the Freedom Tower in the background.

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  10. Belita, Literature/English was my favorite subject and then science, but I love history because of my dad. When we vacationed we would visit historical spots around Georgia and Florida.

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