Photo Essay: Franciscan Monastery, Washington D.C.

Photo Essay--Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

Photo Essay: Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

photo essay, Franciscan monastery, Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

Photo Essay, Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo photo essay, Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo photo essay Franciscan Monastery, Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

Photo Essay Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

photo essay Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

photo essay Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

photo essay Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

photo essay Franciscan Monastery Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

photo essay Franciscan Monastery, Washington D.C. @emily_m_deardo

The Hail Mary in Scottish Gaelic.

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Photos: A Walk in the Gardens

I forgot to write about this last month, when I actuallyΒ didΒ it, but better late than never.

In August, I went to Dawes Arboretum, a nearby collection of plants, gardens, and other types of horticulture, to explore the grounds. Armed with my camera, I explored the All-Seasons Garden, a walled garden, and the Japanese Garden. I had first been to Dawes for the wedding of an old friend last September, but I’d never been to explore, and wanted to go back. This Saturday in August provided the perfect chance to do it.

Walled garden

 

The Japanese Garden

 

Entrance to the Japanese Garden

 

Ohio countryside