A wonderful piece of academic architecture connected to an astounding family cemetery plot.
There is a special charm to beaches when no one is around!
We finally stopped to take a close look at this fine piece of OBX architecture.
A satirical look at the OBX housing situation.
Charming landscape architecture surrounds the old Whalehead estate in Corolla, N.C.
An exceptionally fine San Diego house in the pueblo-revival style.
An unpretentious one-storey bungalow in San Diego was remodeled about 20 years ago into a Liliputian Italianate palazzo. Might this have been deliberate camp display?
The Zehnder mausoleum in Cave Hill is accompanied by bronze portraits envisioning a reunion in the après vie. Updated with a proposed design source from the Mazzone monument in Florence, Italy.
I can’t get enthused about the new Eisenhower Memorial.
Join me in a nostalgic visit to one of Washington, D.C.’s secular cathedrals.
No, it’s not the oldest house in the world, or even in European-settled America, but they’d like you to THINK it is!
Absolutely exceptional terracotta revetments decorate the Savannah Cotton Exchange.
A stunning architectural terracotta from Preston’s Hotel De Soto (1890) brightens the lobby of the 1968 replacement building.
Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia, lends itself to moody, gothic images.
The pilings of Jennette’s Pier provide a show of spray in a Thanksgiving Nags Head storm.
The U.S. 64 bridge from Nags Head to Manteo lends itself to fine sunset photography.
In which the author (largely) abandons fall colors to appreciate the built environment.
Got the whole thing AND A CEMETERY in one image!
Variations on glazing, mostly reflecting landscaping, at Marywood University.