"Lord, let me die But not die Out."
On reading in The Daily Beast that the wolverine is threatened once again in its habitat, I thought, of course, about my father’s poem — one of his greatest. This clip is from a 1969 documentary about the poet. James Dickey reads “For the Last Wolverine.”
I watched Apollo 11 lift off from Cape Kennedy 45 years ago. This is brief excerpt from “Summer of Deliverance.”
From Montmartre this afternoon, a passing glimpse of the gold-tipped obelisk in Place de la Concorde, the columns of the Assemblée Nationale, and the gilded dome of les Invalides beneath which lies the tomb of Napoleon.
Montmartre in the rain this afternoon.
In the #Arundel #Castle #park. This little castle was built to try out concepts during the 19th century expansion.
Recently went to #Arundel #Castle to do research in the #Duke of #Norfolk’s archives. They are kept in one of the towers. This photo taken from the #train. #UK