A Scrantonian conspicuously decorated in World War I.
Join me on a late-autumn walk around Marywood University.
Sixth in a series of visually interesting scenes at Marywood University.
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.
Another round of images from Marywood’s beautiful campus.
Not all beauty in Scranton is on the premises of Marywood: have a look!
A sullen little mushroom is the least of the wonderful things I saw at Marywood today.
Marywood University never lets me down! Come for the cherubs, stay for the Japanese maples.
Marywood’s Learning Commons needs a Julius Shulman to do it justice, but it’ll have to settle for me today.
Once again Marywood University presented some exceptional sights, and I think I did justice to a few of them.