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.


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


Iron-work flowers


Flowering trees overhead


Flower-arranging games in the library


Flowers aplenty outdoors


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.


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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