This postcard is special not just because of its unique shape, but because it's one of the cards sent by my good friends Margaux and Filmore (and their future baby*) during their recent trip to the USA.
The description at the back of the cards says:
Rudolp Evans' statue of Thomas Jefferson stands within this graceful Roman-style marble pantheon designed by John Russell Pope. Four panels on the interior walls are inscribed with excerpts of Jefferson's writings about independence, liberty, religion, and government.
I certainly love the play of light and shadow in this postcard. The sun had cast lovely, soft hues on the imposing structure.
*Margaux is pregnant.
Wishing you happy journeys...
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