Winter is a time when the colors of the world are reduced to variations of brown, gray, white, and often drab. So I begin with the dash of color provided by Robert Indiana's "LOVE" (1976), located in Kennedy Plaza, the "city" end of Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
|"Love" - Robert Indiana - painted aluminum|
|View from Kennedy Plaza up the Parkway to the Museum of Art|
|A picture for Valentine's Day - or any day.|
|The reverse of "LOVE" is still "LOVE."|
|"LOVE" in black and white|