Wordless Wednesday: The Pantheon in Oxford Street, London (Ackermann, 1809)

By Ackermann, Rudolph, 1764-1834 [No restrictions], via Wikimedia Commons



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Leenie Brown fell in love with Jane Austen's works when she first read Sense and Sensibility followed immediately by Pride and Prejudice in her early teens. As the second of five daughters and an avid reader, she has always loved to see where her imagination takes her and to play with and write about the characters she meets along the way. In 2013, these two loves collided when she stumbled upon the world of Jane Austen Fan Fiction. A year later, in 2014, she began writing her own Austen-inspired stories and began publishing them in 2015. Leenie lives in Nova Scotia, Canada with her two teenage boys and her very own Mr. Brown (a wonderful mix of all the best of Darcy, Bingley and Edmund with healthy dose of the teasing Mr. Tillney and just a dash of the scolding Mr. Knightley).

6 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: The Pantheon in Oxford Street, London (Ackermann, 1809)”

  1. OMG! Wow! That was a pivotal statement… and a powerful scene. I imagine the message was heard and received. I love it. Thanks for sharing.

    1. 😀 My son has a Thousand Foot Krutch CD we used to listen to in the car often and one song has the lyrics “don’t mistake kindness for weakness” and “if you’re going to push me, it ain’t going to be nice” — Those lyrics seem to fit our Bingley here (and our Jane too…but I’m getting ahead of myself). 🙂

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