This 365 day project features photos that include words (actual or implied),
text, books,
writing, letters and numbers, signs, libraries, and.... well, you get the idea.


day 31 of 365

To go with yesterday's symbol of hope, here's one for faith. I dedicate the photos to two of my great aunties. My grandfather was one of 15 children -- let's see if I can name them all: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, Gerome, Ashley, Ruth, Sally, Alice, Mary, Sylvia, Faith, Hope, and Charity.

This is a view of the National Monument to the Forefathers in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It sits on a hill in a little neighborhood above the town, in a sad sort of park with a sign that says "no bike riding or ball throwing." In other words, when in the land of the Puritans, do as they would do.


  1. What wonderful tributes to hope and faith. Love how you've captured these!!!

  2. I like the composition and mono tone to the photograph. Well captured.


  3. Where did Aunt Grace fit in?

  4. Aunt Grace was married to Uncle Gerome, Pa's brother. They were the ultimate opposite couple -- he was about 6'5" and she was about 4'10". When he died she moved from right here in Barnstable Village to the farm in Lakeville.