Why Photos of the Day?
I am having awful Writer’s Block, despite having no excuse to have this affliction. This past summer, I was fortunate enough to go on family trips to Rhode Island and Italy, visiting many museums on each trip. I have also spent time in recent months visiting DC area sites, attending the National Book Festival, and getting involved in the #museumworkersspeak/#museumsrespondtoferguson group. Though I have ideas and thoughts, I can’t seem to transform them into a polished post.
The purpose of spending the remaining two months of the year posting Photos of the Day is to post something (whether just a photo or musings based on a photo) at this URL so that WordPress doesn’t shut down my blog for lack of activity or any calamity like that. As the holidays approach, the photos will get accordingly festive, because I am holiday-obsessed.
Here is my favorite photo I took in Italy, at the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj in Rome: