I have a couple more pictures from the Tsanoff collection that were clearly taken on the same day that we caught young Katherine on the path between the privet hedges. This first one caught me by surprise:
That’s little Katherine and her older sister, Nevenna, in the hedges. But . . . but . . . those aren’t our hedges. On closer inspection I think I see those strange shrubs here, in the very middle:
I dug around a little more and found an even better shot:
And there seem to be some similar plants in front of the Administration Building:
I’m no horticulturist, though. Does anyone know what they are?
The second photo isn’t mysterious at all. It’s a lovely image of one of those beautiful planters that I’ve admired for years:
And that’s one heck of a bow on Nevenna!
Bonus: Some things change and some things don’t. Here are some bricks from the construction of the Ralph S. O’Connor building that is replacing Abercrombie.