A romantic old maple pierces the air with its snapped, stunted limbs.
The fruits of two more walks about the Marywood campus.
Splendid light and clear skies at Marywood made for some attractive images.
Very pleased with my genuine piece of American Chestnut!
It may have been Wednesday, but it truly was bloody sun-day!
Join me for some images from my morning’s walk.
A knothole in the pattern of a great eye is the least of the wonders I saw today at Marywood University.
I did not bring coals to Newcastle, but I did bring coal to Scranton today, which is just as bad!
A precious relic of the 3 billion lost American Chestnut trees.
Join me for a walk around the old Scranton School for the Deaf.