A Path, A Photograph

“Perhaps her faults and follies, the unhappiness she had suffered, were not entirely vain if she could follow the path that now she dimly discerned before her, not the path that kind funny old Waddington had spoken of that led nowhither, but the path those dear nuns at the convent followed so humbly, the path that led to peace.”
W. Somerset Maugnham


2 thoughts on “A Path, A Photograph

  1. António DL January 15, 2015 / 9:47 am

    I’m not sure why, but I love those window reflexes on the cobblestones.

    • One Street Shy January 15, 2015 / 2:22 pm

      I do too. I’ve found the photo in most little towns I’ve had the pleasure to visit. Charming to say the least.

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