Every Saturday, I check the Sepia Saturday blog challenge. It inspires me to look for a photo in my family album that is a good match for their photo. This time, they featured a lovely old library. Below my photo, you’ll see the Sepia Saturday one.
Some years ago, I took a week-long writing class in the New Hampshire village of Wakefield. Some of the sessions were held in the wonderfully old library there. It was a magical place with a balcony, a domed ceiling, a fireplace, and shelves filled with century-old books.
Here are my photos in a slide show.
I regret that I never got to show it to my mother, Gail Lee Martin. She would have loved exploring it and all the old books in the collection.