Monday, November 7, 2011

PicStory-Indoor

                                                         
                 Indoor- You can see my books and these are the books I recently bought from the library a $1.00 a bag full ^_^ Linking this post to PicStory



19 comments:

DeanO said...

Great deal on books Kim - and wonderful soft photograph

Lew said...

Interesting collection of books and great that the library sells the extra ones. Our library will also redistribute donated books.

SquirrelQueen said...

I like the composition of your shot. You got a great deal on those book. I'm almost afraid to go to book sales anymore, my TBR stack is too tall already.

Tina´s PicStory said...

very beautiful! thanks for joining us :)

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Beautiful photo and what a great deal on the books!!

Ralph said...

Reading books seems to be a lost art among the young. Yet, a bag of books for $1 is a treat, reading can be fun - and costs so little but our time...

barbara l. hale said...

Terrific photo! I love coming home with a bag of books for a dollar.

Cristina said...

interesting and beautiful your foto

fudelchen said...

Total schönes Foto.

GLG Marianne ♥

katerchen said...

toll gemacht..
LG vom katerchen

Mona Sweden said...

Love the composition and the softness.

Judy said...

Interesting selection of books...
I like the flower in the bottle, beside the books - makes the photo so much more lovely!!

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Jo's This and That said...

I like your book shot! very clever! Thanks for sharing,JoAnn

Stewart M said...

Hi there - can’t say that I have read any of those books!

The animal in my blog is an echidna - that’s a very different species to the porcupine. In fact the echidna lays eggs like a bird and has fur (and spines!) like a mammal! It’s more closely related to the platypus than other mammals like us - and the porcupine! You only find them in the wild down here in Australia. They are always a good thing to find.

Cheers - Stewart M

Leovi said...

I love this composition.

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hey, Kim that is a cool photo ... how did you do that? Are all of those really cream and black?

Thanks for stopping by to see me; hope that you are having a great week.

Kathy M.

bobbybegood1 said...

"Sexual Occupation of Japan" - now that sounds like an interesting read. Let me know what it's about when you finish. Nice pic. Cheers!!

Sherry said...

What a deal! A dollar for all those books! Where did you buy it? ;)

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