Quote #4 – Robin – Kidnapping Death’s Daughter



Hey everyone! Tomorrow is Robin’s picture day and so I wanted to post a quote with my boy out first! He’s one of the two lads that sets about to find Death’s daughter, it is he who is on the quest to bring his brother back from the dead. This snippet is as Robin steps out on the streets of York.

This quote doesn’t describe York so I’m posting two incredible pictures I’ve found of York streets so that if you haven’t seen it you can now. I did not take these photographs. I am a photograph thief, although I am seriously trying to work out who to credit. I found these on pinterest.

I believe this is by Matt Cornock.
I think it’s from a blog called yetanotherbloomingblog although the blog is private so I don’t know how it ended up on Pinterest. I don’t know the first thing about pinterest other than I had to make an account to see these. Great, now I’m rambling in captions. Shhhh.


I hope you enjoyed the quote and I look forward to sharing Shio’s portrait of Robin tomorrow! X

P.S If the takers of these photos somehow stumble upon here please don’t hex me, either let me know how to credit correctly or tell me to take them down! I’m easy! Not that kind of….again, shhhh.


19 thoughts on “Quote #4 – Robin – Kidnapping Death’s Daughter”

  1. Hahahaha. …”Rambling in Captions” sounds like the title of an artsy fartsy douchy photography book πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Oh endlessly entertained by my brain and yours

    Love the excerpt. Can’t wait to see the art.
    You’re funny honey. Please don’t shush

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    1. That’s what it is! It’s my other form where I wear a unique clothes and twirl my mustache! Uh, kind of sounding like Dastardly from that flying machine cartoon!

      Thank youuuu! And I mean I’m always telling my boyfriend I’m hilarious but he just doesn’t see genius when it’s there! I don’t think I could shush if I tried 😦


      1. That’s the one! I couldn’t remember it for the life of me and when I looked up dastardly it said something about flying machines, thought sod it that’ll do! πŸ˜‚


  2. Hmmm, Arbie the caption rambler, Just as well you didn’t post a few more photos, all the extra caption ramblings would’ve looked like the Bible’s Acts …. and probably got in the road of Robin appearing tomorrow……..

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    1. Look at your dots, Ivor. The end ones are all fancy and shiny, do you see that? Did you do that? I don’t think I’m seeing things! Ahaha, you’re so right – and what was meant to be a short post would end up very long!


  3. I’m sure I can speak for everyone when I say we don’t mind your blog or caption ramble. I love the comedy you put in your caption so make it as long as you want. “The night granted the absence of the living ” is amazing phrase to describe of desolate it is. I absolutely loved this part. Isn’t that second picture the street with the old book store in it?! awww good times πŸ™‚ i loved rummaging though that store with you. It makes me happy and giggly thinking about it. we have to go there again!

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    1. Well if anyone would know I’m fucking hilarious it’d be you! I tell you all the time. πŸ˜› Thank you, sweet heart. It’s hard picking out snippets that have something about them, most of the book is ordinary. It is the street with the bookstore where we got Curious Epitaphs! God that was an amazing few days. Still remember you turning into Sherlock Holmes to try and find out more, and our meal where we were much more concerned with the book than our food. Amazing first dates… ❀ ❀

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