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Sun's up a little longer, these days. Very good for the spirits.
It looks very happy and orderly to me, too. You have a good eye.
Does your window open? Could you put up one of those little suction-cup bird feeders?
Thanks. I was wondering if it was snowing. Need to drive to Monroe tonight.
The second photo looks like an Andrew Wyeth painting Ann
Orderly is beauty, and with an added attraction of young minds to mold and open at the moment in time they can recieve it. God, I love colleges.
No. It's not somber. There's sunshine in it. You have a good eye but your mind is wandering.
Run it in black and white and it will be somber. Shame we ruined that wonderful technique by adding color.
I trudged up and down that hill for 4 years. It looks just like it did 20 years ago. It's warm outside today in Orlando, but I really miss that town. Thanks for sharing.
Mild divisions of spaceThe complement parfaitTo inner strain and stressThat fill the mental day.
I grew up with snow and miss it. Life seems eternally on hold in California...like we're waiting for something.
There is something predatory and clutching about the bare limbs of a tree in winter. The kids move in single file like a platoon in hostile territory. We all live in a different place in a different era at the same time in the same place.
That building (across the mall) is the oldest building on campus.
If it's a cheerful scene to you why do you mention terribly somber first?Got some duality going on today?
I am surprised at how disciplined your students are. They stay on the few (one?) path(s) crossing the yard. At Ohio State, the students long ago carved up the Oval with all sorts of shortcuts. The administration caved and paved them.
I am surprised at how disciplined your students are.We are badgers (plus, there are fences).
Nice view... Utopian almost
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