Why do I find pictures of people, especially, children so fascinating?

Amazing Cat Island in Japan

"Patience" by lukastronaut -- Reading while traveling by train to the north coast of Germany.

Reading and Art: Arlene Cassidy. (On my new board "Book & Reading II. Irit volgel)

Reading and Art: Arlene Cassidy, Book of palmistry (On my new board "Book & Reading II. Irit volgel) Love this cover

Woman Reading in Bath by Chen Bolen - might actually be nice (if slightly derivative) in a bathroom

“There must be quite a few things that a hot bath won't cure, but I don't know many of them.” Sylvia Plath (Reading in the Bath by Chen Bolen)

This Female Form

all black outfit, loose black long-sleeved blouse, black-rimmed glasses, black ballet tops, tight black pants - super chic and classic

An Open Letter to the Quiet Girl

An Open Letter to the Quiet Girl

this will be me when finals are over and i will finally have time to read books that aren't for class. :)))))

French actress Barbara Laage in her apartment reading. (May Photographer Nina Leen. Laage made her American film debut in B.’s Daughter with Barbara Stanwyck.

Auguste Toulmouche Dans la Bibliothèque

Woman in Blue, reading a Book iPhone 5C Case

Auguste Toulmouche (French, Woman in blue reading. "Dans la Bibliotheque" (In the Library) painted in 1872 ----------------------------------------------------- I know it's a painting - but I WANT that dress!

"As for Tom, the fact that he had 'some woman in New York' was really less surprising than that he had been depressed by some book." (22)

Mulheres e seus livros

1920 photograph of a lady in a white dress perched atop a ladder in a library, draw in by a book she now has in her lap. "Woman Reading on Top of Ladder." Rights: Bettmann/CORBIS

reading print by ybryksenkova on Etsy, $20.00 #illustration #books #reading

Reading (print)

ELIZABETH SHIPPEN GREEN. 1905 en mi vida pasada (de existir eso) esta debería haber sido mi vida.

The Library Elizabeth Shippen Green (American, First published in “The Mistress of the House” in Harper’s Monthly, August The original watercolour illustration is now owned by the Delaware Art Museum.

“Serenity” - painting of a woman reading by Sherree Valentine Daines.

Serenity II © Sherree Valentine DAINES (Artist, UK) via her site. Young woman reading in morning light. Ltd Ed Prints at link.