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ladyartemisa:

cheshirelibrary:

Best Bromances In Literature 
[via Huff Post Books]
The concept of a “bromance,” however, is not revelatory or new. They’ve been occurring for ages (see: Homer). Huff Post came up with 17, here are our top 5 - any others they missed?
Darcy & Bingley from Pride and Prejudice
Sam & Frodo from Lord of the Rings
Harry & Ron from the Harry Potter series
Holmes & Watson from the Sherlock Holmes stories
Frank & Joe - The Hardy Boys

Sam & Frodo ♥
ladyartemisa:

cheshirelibrary:

Best Bromances In Literature 
[via Huff Post Books]
The concept of a “bromance,” however, is not revelatory or new. They’ve been occurring for ages (see: Homer). Huff Post came up with 17, here are our top 5 - any others they missed?
Darcy & Bingley from Pride and Prejudice
Sam & Frodo from Lord of the Rings
Harry & Ron from the Harry Potter series
Holmes & Watson from the Sherlock Holmes stories
Frank & Joe - The Hardy Boys

Sam & Frodo ♥
ladyartemisa:

cheshirelibrary:

Best Bromances In Literature 
[via Huff Post Books]
The concept of a “bromance,” however, is not revelatory or new. They’ve been occurring for ages (see: Homer). Huff Post came up with 17, here are our top 5 - any others they missed?
Darcy & Bingley from Pride and Prejudice
Sam & Frodo from Lord of the Rings
Harry & Ron from the Harry Potter series
Holmes & Watson from the Sherlock Holmes stories
Frank & Joe - The Hardy Boys

Sam & Frodo ♥
ladyartemisa:

cheshirelibrary:

Best Bromances In Literature 
[via Huff Post Books]
The concept of a “bromance,” however, is not revelatory or new. They’ve been occurring for ages (see: Homer). Huff Post came up with 17, here are our top 5 - any others they missed?
Darcy & Bingley from Pride and Prejudice
Sam & Frodo from Lord of the Rings
Harry & Ron from the Harry Potter series
Holmes & Watson from the Sherlock Holmes stories
Frank & Joe - The Hardy Boys

Sam & Frodo ♥
ladyartemisa:

cheshirelibrary:

Best Bromances In Literature 
[via Huff Post Books]
The concept of a “bromance,” however, is not revelatory or new. They’ve been occurring for ages (see: Homer). Huff Post came up with 17, here are our top 5 - any others they missed?
Darcy & Bingley from Pride and Prejudice
Sam & Frodo from Lord of the Rings
Harry & Ron from the Harry Potter series
Holmes & Watson from the Sherlock Holmes stories
Frank & Joe - The Hardy Boys

Sam & Frodo ♥

ladyartemisa:

cheshirelibrary:

Best Bromances In Literature

[via Huff Post Books]

The concept of a “bromance,” however, is not revelatory or new. They’ve been occurring for ages (see: Homer). Huff Post came up with 17, here are our top 5 - any others they missed?


Darcy & Bingley from Pride and Prejudice

Sam & Frodo from Lord of the Rings

Harry & Ron from the Harry Potter series

Holmes & Watson from the Sherlock Holmes stories

Frank & Joe - The Hardy Boys

Sam & Frodo 

exponential63:

tranquil23:

Rupert Graves as Alec Scudder in MauriceAnother scanned image from a 25 year old Japanese photobook.Alec, you’re just so irresistible xxx

Indeed. <333
tranquil23 Enjoying your Japanese photobook posts. But getting confused by the number of possible books/editions! I bought the (1988?) book with a purple cover on e-bay early this year, as illustrated in wktn’s earlier helpful post. My book includes your pic above – but on a buff/gold background, not purple, as here:

And – as you can see – the version in my book has (sorry, Rupert) more facial shine, and a weird/green-ish fade-out on Alec’s hair and brow top right (as well as losing the boathouse/lake background to the right). Which I really didn’t like – so I played around with mine (a lot) in Photoshop. You can see my resulting manip here. I ended up with a very pretty, pale Alec in place of his ‘fresh colouring’…
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exponential63:

tranquil23:

Rupert Graves as Alec Scudder in Maurice

Another scanned image from a 25 year old Japanese photobook.
Alec, you’re just so irresistible xxx

Indeed. <333

tranquil23 Enjoying your Japanese photobook posts. But getting confused by the number of possible books/editions! I bought the (1988?) book with a purple cover on e-bay early this year, as illustrated in wktn’s earlier helpful post. My book includes your pic above – but on a buff/gold background, not purple, as here:

And – as you can see – the version in my book has (sorry, Rupert) more facial shine, and a weird/green-ish fade-out on Alec’s hair and brow top right (as well as losing the boathouse/lake background to the right). Which I really didn’t like – so I played around with mine (a lot) in Photoshop. You can see my resulting manip here. I ended up with a very pretty, pale Alec in place of his ‘fresh colouring’…

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