These photos were taken while I was waiting for the doors to the train to open. I was standing under the station overhang when I took them.
These photos were taken while waiting for the train doors to open. I was standing under the station overhang, looking up at the rain clouds.
If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there. -Lewis Carroll
The photos are grainy and reflective of being taken from a moving car, while I was a passenger.
The above photograph was taken by me in Franklin, TN.
To learn about Carnton Plantation, and its involvement in the Battle of Franklin, during the American Civil War, look here.
I always feel that when I come to Edinburgh, in many ways I am coming home. -Alan Rickman
I love coming back to Edinburgh. It’s nice to spend real time here. -Sophie Wu
Living in Edinburgh, I consider myself particularly lucky – we have the biggest book festival in the world, a plethora of fascinating libraries and museums, and some of the greatest architecture in Europe. -Sara Sheridan
The home to everyone is to him his castle and fortress, as well for his defence against injury and violence, as for his repose. -Edward Coke
It is indeed immensely picturesque. I can fancy sitting all a summer’s day watching its shadows shorten and lengthen again, and drawing a delicious contrast between the world’s duration and the feeble span of individual experience. There is something in Stonehenge almost reassuring; and if you are disposed to feel that life is rather a superficial matter, and that we soon get to the bottom of things, the immemorial gray pillars may serve to remind you of the enormous background of time.” -Henry James, 1875
The kitchen really is the castle itself. This is where we spend our happiest moments and where we find the joy of being a family. -Mario Batali
A man’s home may seem to be his castle on the outside; inside is more often his nursery. -Clare Boothe Luce