Winter is upon us, and that means it's time to stock up on some wintertime reading.
For the rest of the month, you can get paperback and hardcover copies of my book, Black Tree, for 25% off at this link.
Enjoy reading and let me know what you think.
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
II.III is a flashback to the time when Julia lived in the Tempe/Scottsdale, and III.III shows her move from there to Prescott. So here I have a few images from ASU, which is where she went to school and also worked. I took these pictures in May 2013 when I was graduating from there myself.
This is a structure on the grassy space above the library.
One of the buildings near there. While ASU has many buildings in the modern style, there are also several with these scholarly pillars.
The entrance to Hayden Library, where Julia must have, as a student of history, spent plenty of time.
Right above the library again, you can see that same structure from the first picture centered in between the pillars here. It's a nice artistic effect, something to be viewed at the exact right angle as you walk down the stairs to get to the library's entrance.
A view of University Street emptier than you will ever see it:
Just above ASU is Tempe Town Lake, where you can go for a boat ride or walk along the paths beside the water. Here is one of the famous Phoenix sunsets, more yellow and less pink than usual.