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"There is enough in this world for everybody, if people would just look."
Kurt Vonnegut 11/11/1922 - 4/11/2007

Kurt Vonnegut

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"There is enough in this world for everybody, if people would just look."
Kurt Vonnegut 11/11/1922 - 4/11/2007


very beautiful view. but is it real? or just the art and techical of the photo?
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Millions of years sea stack.
Ireland

Ireland

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ready to go 

ready to go

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Good morning

Good morning

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This is a library !

library

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"Gratitude is the finest blossom that springs from the soul."
Henry Ward Beecher

Gratitude is the finest blossom that springs from the soul

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"The most difficult is the decision to act. The rest is tenacity."
Amelia Earhart

Amelia Earhart

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Blue Mountains Canyon, Australia
Photography by Lewis Fogerty

Blue Mountains Canyon, Australia

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The Writers' Museum in Edinburgh, Scotland

The Writers' Museum in Edinburgh, Scotland

Tucked away in a close adjacent to Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, this small museum housed in a building from 1622 celebrates three legendary Scottish writers: Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Louis Stevenson. The Writers’ Museum, which operates out of the early 17th-century Lady Stair’s House in Lady Stair’s Close, honors the lives and legacies of these three important men.

The Writers’ Museum is a free Edinburgh institution that conserves and exhibits rare books, manuscripts, portraits, and personal items belonging to the beloved 18th-century poet Burns; the 18th and 19th-century poet, novelist, and historian Scott; and 19th-century novelist Stevenson, famous for Treasure Island and The Curious Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

The Writers’ Museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The collections are only accessible by climbing a narrow flight of stairs, and since the museum is located in a 500-year-old building, there is no elevator or ramp available.


The Writers' Museum
The Writers' Museum
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Tucked away in a close adjacent to Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, this small museum housed in a building from 1622 celebrates three legendary Scottish writers: Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Louis Stevenson. The Writers’ Museum, which operates out of the early 17th-century Lady Stair’s House in Lady Stair’s Close, honors the lives and...