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L’Opéra Garnier, Paris


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What gorgeous gourgeousness is this!

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Its called fashion look it up

1908 Firenze

Autumn Leaves: A Collection of Poems by A. Purinton (1886).
"Everywhere, on cobble and gravel and lawn, the leaves were
falling and in the college gardens the smoke of the bonfires joined
the wet river mist, drifting across the grey walls; the flags were oily
underfoot and as, one by one, the lamps were lit in the windows
round the quad, the golden lights were diffuse and remote, new
figures in new gowns wandered through the twilight under the
arches and the familiar bells now spoke of a year’s memories.

The autumnal mood possessed us both as though the riotous
exuberance of June had died with the flowers, whose scent at
my windows now yielded to the damp leaves, smouldering in a corner of the quad."
Brideshead Revisited, Evelyn Waugh.

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