Quincy (Kwin' zee), Massachusetts, City of Presidents and Birthplace of the American Dream
It was great fun to meet Mr & Mrs. Brattcat at the BPL on Saturday. Clueless IB & I had a great time meeting up with our first CDP blogger! It was wonderful to see Brattcat on a slow prowl. Thank you, BC and hope that paw gets better 7 better every day.
The mix of patterns and light is intriguing, the way some of the windows have a light patch on the floor and others don't; very good, I can see why you wanted to post it.
Slim, I believe that architect designed the library in Easton, as well, but I may be wrong. Is there any truth to that?
This is very beautiful - composition, shapes, mood.
Wonderful patterns, and the contrast is so strong. I like it a lot.
BW- Yes, Henry Hobson Richardson was also the architect of the Ames Library in Easton.
A beautiful shot, Slim. I, too, found the light in this room irresistible. Mr. BC and I also loved spending a few galloping hours with you and Clueless IB (though I wasn't doing much galloping). I hope we can do it again soon.
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