Scranton’s Matterhorn with shiny white snow wires.
The topography of the culms will still be in NE Pennsylvania when the people have long gone.
A cool windswept visit to the pothole just before a storm.
In which the author (largely) abandons fall colors to appreciate the built environment.
Roaring Brook, right in the middle of greater Scranton, does roar and it has pretty trees.
Bright colors at Marywood today!
Some stunning color at last this season!
My favorite tree sporting some juicy fungi!
It doesn’t look like it’s going to be a colorful season here, but Marywood has a few delights nonetheless.
Spectacular Scranton sunset with shimmering virgae.
A beautiful sunset from other than my usual vantage point.
Variations on glazing, mostly reflecting landscaping, at Marywood University.
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.
In which the author becomes pro-tem a coal picker.
The Susquehanna is a tremendously interesting river: the photograph here obliquely suggests the reason why.
Bombings, antifascists, coal-mine collapses, and THE SCRANTONIAN SCULPTOR. Need ye more?
A dramatic stormfront did not disappoint!
Of the places I’ve been, none has Scranton’s variety of flags flying on private houses.