Daniel had to stop by the library to pick up a few books for a research paper last weekend, so I parked nearby and took a self-guided tour around UVa. UVa's campus is nearly always referred to as "The Grounds." It's a funny, sort of pretentious little quirk. I like to say it in my … Continue reading around Grounds
I wandered around UVA's campus on Saturday while Daniel picked up some books from the library. It's an overwhelmingly majestic place, full of secret garden pathways with blooms and buzzing insects, and century old buildings set in the valleys and hills of the Piedmont.
Yesterday evening was beautiful. I love the way the harsh, setting sun streaks across the images below and hyper-pigments the blue sky. We took a quick tour of UVA's chapel before partaking in an evening service at the Episcopal church nearby. Thomas Jefferson was opposed to mixing religion with public higher education and never would … Continue reading a church, a chapel, and pigeons