Our Lady of the Snows takes its name from the miraculous snow that fell on the Esquiline Hill in Rome around the church of Santa Maria Maggiore. Make sure to catch my lecture on my photography…
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This building has changed little since I photographed it above several years ago. It looked like it received new windows recently, but then the owner seems to have given up. Last weekend, I discovered above…
Going… Going… Going… Gone.
New animals come and go at this light post. Below, the houses that once fed the pews of St. Augustine’s begin to fall, one by one.
I saw this house last year, and the yard was full of garbage. It’s been cleaned up and boarded up quite nicely.
What does the future of St. Augustine’s hold?
This house’s turret is ridiculous–ridiculously awesome! What happened to that playful spirit in American architecture? This is just a middle class house, not a wealthy person’s house.