The blue sky is broken apart by shattered window panes and even by the tattered hole in the roof of this grand old industrial building. Even the old Victorian bentwood and wicker chair is going to pieces. Such dreams lived here.
The leaves have fallen from the trees, and such things are now in full view.
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That’s just what it is, drums and a cat.
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Reflecting on the year quickly fading, perhaps, reflecting life as it is.
Hard to tell which is which as autumn leaves are both clearly reflected upon and seen through these corner windows of Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall in Carnegie. A window in its Italianate style, tiny Corinthian column topped by a fountain of familiar symmetrical arches and circle above in terra cotta, warm clay brick in courses and arched above and a cool limestone sill seen in all its detail and color, and also in silhouette through the window, built solid to last a century and counting.
It must be spring! Onions and basil right now, and even smaller seedlings in the other blue planter.
Anything to do with gardens and gardening makes me happy, even if it’s in someone else’s house.