Yours Pictorially

This morning I came across a book of Randolph Caldecott’s letters, Yours Pictorially. It was my last morning at Winterthur, and even as I snapped photos, I realized there were many on my phone I’d not shared.

There’s the topiary horse, on display in the days leading up to Point to Point.

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There’s the shadow of Virginia bluebells on a flagstone walk way.

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Iron-work flowers

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Flowering trees overhead

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Flower-arranging games in the library

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Flowers aplenty outdoors

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And what of the squirrel? I had hoped someone would be able to tell me her story, but she seems to be a mysterious figure. Lacking backstory, I decided to provide another prop for the squirrel’s secret life in the stacks. I hope she likes it.

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This entry was published on May 11, 2013 at 4:06 am and is filed under fauna, flora, road trip. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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