The topography of the culms will still be in NE Pennsylvania when the people have long gone.
Stunning cirrus skies which leapt into my camera. No credit to me: a dog could have taken beautiful pictures of today’s skies.
Bright colors at Marywood today!
It doesn’t look like it’s going to be a colorful season here, but Marywood has a few delights nonetheless.
Variations on glazing, mostly reflecting landscaping, at Marywood University.
Good light plus glass elements in public art = some intriguing shots.
Good light allowed for a study of the statue of Mary atop the Marywood University gate.
Well-done architecture with landscape architecture at Marywood University.
Photographic fruits of a walk to Marywood University and back this morning.
A season like spring demands careful attention be paid to the flowers, which are quite attractive on and around the Marywood University campus.
I am no expert on cherry cultivars, but there are some fine trees at Marywood.
Join me on a late-autumn walk around Marywood University.
A striking sunset reveals unexpected complexity in a much-snapped roofline.
Strategically placed glass curtain walls reflect natural beauty at Marywood.
A portfolio of autumnal images of Marywood.
Judge for yourself whether telephoto or wide angle better served Marywood’s Banner Row.
The harmony of citizens is celebrated on a panel of the Marywood Rotunda.
There are the Flame Trees of Thika, but Scranton has a few, too!
An evening picture of a warm interior on a cloudy day.