Rochester, New York

By Posted in - Photography & This Thing Called Life on November 18th, 2017 0 Comments A marble, quarter, and woman suffrage pin left at Susan B. Anthony's gravesite by visitors.

Recently, I took a weekend trip to visit an old friend in Rochester, New York. Highlights of the trip included visiting Susan B. Anthony’s grave, finally seeing Lake Ontario, and a brief tour of University of Rochester. If only I could hit the entire campus library in my carry-on bag to take with me…

 

Susan B. Anthony's gravesite.

A stone with the words "Thank you!" written on it and left at Susan B. Anthony's gravesite by visitors.

A lighthouse at the end of a long pier at Lake Ontario Park.

Colorful maple leaves that have changed color and dropped to the ground.

A stone ledge that surrounds Eastman Quadrangle at the University of Rochester.A statue of George Eastman in the Eastman Quadrangle at the University of Rochester.

Part of a window set in a redbrick wall with trailing, green ivy.

Red flowers growing beside a sidewalk.

Intricate metalwork that is part of the doors leading out of the University of Rochester's campus library.

 

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