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.
Some intriguing sights around the attractive campus of Marywood University.
Two photographs of ballet slippers hibiscus flowers that took well to editing.
Mining some gold in the flower gardens of Green Ridge, Scranton, PA.
When in Scranton, come see this jewel!
It’s not your glasses. There really is craziness here.
Five Latin inscriptions make the Marywood Rotunda stand out!