Every Tuesday, step by step, I’m walking with my readers from A to Z, last week we had K (visit tagged K), so this week we have L – I’m sure you’ll find a story or a short reflection tagged with “L”! Feel free to add in the comments the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “L”!!! Myself I’ll feature L for libraries:
title: “I could have sworn it was somewhere around here…” – Stockholm Library 2013 – photo by Rich Tella, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr
my wife Barbara in the Public Library in Manhattan, 42nd Street – photo by frizztext
title=”[Main Reading Room. View from above showing researcher desks. Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.] (LOC) by The Library of Congress, click on the picture to enter the galleries on Flickr
title=”max dudler @ Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum 4″ – photo by d.teil, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr
title=”Stuttgart Library (IMG_0217_B) – photo by from_the_sky, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr
Great choice for L, I love libraries! I also like your customized theme. 🙂
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Oooolala, one of my favorite places in the world – you have me here Frizz. 🙂
My contribution for this week – L is for Lamp
I’m hoping that there always
some lamps will be working in the
paper libraries of the world
i just Love Libraries!!!
thank you for featuring this ox tail recipe!
it’s very popular in Germany, because
we have many ox souls here!
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L is for Life and Lemons ^^ http://theeclecticeccentricshopaholic.wordpress.com/2013/03/19/tagged-l-life-and-lemons/
Hey your new theme is great FrizzT.
Many congratulations on these fantastic photos of public libraries.
L… First thought to pop up in my head was definitely “library”. Probably everyone’s first experience with books.
Number 4 is a stunning photo but I wouldn’t like a library lke that!
Just give me some bread and water then you can forget me in there… I would be the most happy one 🙂
Oh, I love, love, love libraries!
A library is always a magic place, full of words and worlds, images and reflexions, stories and tales, wishes and faiths….
I love them!!!!
I am going to look for a nice “L” for you!
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Back! Here is my entry for “L”…
You will not find my words in the libraries…So here they are! 🙂
detected Spanish and translated:
“When he stopped
she did not know what else to say …
The winter litter pushed through their hearts
and dry and golden, there was installed …”
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love the library have not been to one in a long time.
here is mine l
a LYNX is so elegant, I think …
Perfect, Frizz! I’m working on L… 🙂
I like your
LINGERING LOOK …
Thank you so much, Frizz!
Library is a great choice. Wish I had got there first!
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The Stuttgart library is gorgeous – would make a great house on a smaller scale, of course! Nice, clean new theme although I have to admit I miss your header and “about” pic on the side…. Spring cleaning?
spring cleaning, trying to have a minimal burden on the shoulders …
Great photos. Here is mine: http://wp.me/p23TG1-2nW
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
thank you for your LIONS, Francine!
P.S.: tomorrow I’ll publish something about a tiger –
movie review “Life of Pi”
These are WONDERFUL!
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I finally did my “L” post.
I was amused by the Orson Welles quotation
and the photo ”truly eating over the planter”
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My hubby and I used to go to Manhattan in New York to visit the huge library they have there as our date since we didn’t have any money to go anywhere costly. A blessing for us that we both love books and enjoyed reading across the table from each other. Young love … so simple.
I am always falling behind in your challenges. I must think faster. I couldn’t find anything that had a great photo and story. This is from a post I had added to my blog in February. The photo of the Lobster was perfect but it didn’t have a story. Well, except, that I made this special dinner for our New Year’s eve dinner.
thank you for your love story,
Public Library New York –
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More crustaceans on the menu! Please have a look at
“Larry Loved his Lobsters…”
– could be the intro of a song
or a novel again!
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Here is my equatorial contribution: http://travelwithintent.com/2013/03/20/l-is-for-latitude-zero/
Latitude Zero =
a guarantee for sun!
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Wow, cool library shots!
I have been delinquent in participating in these weekly challenges, but here is one for “L”
L is for lizards
so many kinds of lizards!
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Hi Frizz, Here is mine: http://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/tagged-l/
Lascaux = for me the starting landmark of ART
as an important communication system of mankind!
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Oh, darn! I work in a library… such an obvious L for me… duh. Well I love your library… gorgeous. I would visit there. Instead I went somewhere else. Here it is. http://thozewerethedaze.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/tagged-l-flickr-comments/
hi Nana Tee,
I’m amused by the LEMUR – and discovered:
our cat has a similar striped tail – maybe
a LEMUR is in her line of ancestors?
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Here are some of the L’s of my Life. Enjoy.
on the beach!
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I love libraries! Could spend a lot of time there. Here is my entry, and thanks. http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/03/20/the-letter-l-lampposts/
LAMPS – thank you for your collection!
one of mine in East-Berlin:
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thank you for sharing the photos of the libraries.. they are awesome .. here’s my tagged L http://starlight427.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/tagged-l-leaf-skeletons/
the last LEAF composition reminds me of our German flag …
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hi Frizz … they are indeed beautiful libraries! it is a sad admission, that it had been awhile since i have been into one. i should resolve to visit one soon! meanwhile, my entry: http://alwaysbobswife.wordpress.com/2013/03/22/tagged-l-let-light-lift/ — April
LOVE – so many versions of LOVE exist …
Wow … What I would give for a library … Could spend hours in ancient ones…
Heres my L … Lego 🙂
wonderful LEGO examples!
I’ve spent a lot of hours already
with my grandson and LEGO –
but I see, watching your galleries:
there’s much more to expand!
Definitely … So hard to choose which ones are my favourites..
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Yesterday, when I was called to bring the camera and I saw this, I knew immediately that it would be the one for L 😀
fight for LUNCH: a battle between a green monster and your sweet honey worker! never seen before! surprising macro!
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I might be stretching the connection a little bit here: http://shopwithintent.com/2013/03/24/l-is-for-lewis-john-lewis/
nice Lewis fashion!
Before I only knew Jerry Lee Lewis:
Those are breathtaking photos of libraries! My husband is a librarian, and will appreciate this.
My response to this challenge is a story on Life and Loena. http://naomibaltuck.wordpress.com/2012/09/03/sunday-post-reflections-on-life-and-the-art-of-aging/
you’ve written a wonderful tribute to your aunt Loena!
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