Sunday, October 23, 2011

Shadow Shot Sunday

One of the beautiful arcades of the
University of Virginia, in Charlottesville. It was planned
(and founded) by our 3rd president, Thomas Jefferson
—but it was built on farmland that belonged 

to our 5th president, James Monroe. 

[To see more Sunday shadows, go here.]


  1. Looks like a cool place - the shadows so
    welcome on a hot day!

  2. Beautiful!! Thanks for the info! I love trivia!
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  3. And they probably grow tobacco there too :-)

  4. Arches always make interesting shadow shots!


    Shadow, shadow drawing near,
    You are all alone, I fear;
    Let me be your new-found friend—
    I’ll stick with you to the end!

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    River Shadows

  5. love the pavers...and the blues. nice shadow shot spot.

  6. There is a professor in the history department here whom I thought would be our first black POTUS: Julian Bond. It wasn’t that off the wall of an idea.

    But I attended a talk he gave about recorded rhythm and blues music that was nothing but dry data. Not a single anecdote during the entire presentation. I changed my mind about him.


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