I’ll take “Things that are ridiculous” for $200.00, Alex.
A reading from Ecclesiastes guides my meditation on Marywood today.
Join me for some images from my morning’s walk.
I did not bring coals to Newcastle, but I did bring coal to Scranton today, which is just as bad!
Join me for a walk around the old Scranton School for the Deaf.
A carefully tended Japanese Maple lent itself to mid-afternoon photographs.
Scranton may be proud of the Mitchell monument; but hardly anyone sees its outstanding side, facing the courthouse.
An earnestly conceived Gothic cathedral in Scranton? YES!
Don’t talk to me about the street you live on unless it has both a fortress prison and a pirate Cap’n theme park restaurant.
Not all beauty in Scranton is on the premises of Marywood: have a look!