I spent a chunk of Christmas break in Charlottesville, visiting my in-laws. I walked around UVA a bit, and took a few photos, including this one of my favorite building on Grounds, Brooks Hall. It's a neo-Gothic structure that is completely out of place among the Roman-esque stylings of UVA, which is why I like it. It's different. I actually like this photo enough that I may make a wet print with the negative.
The second photo is of the shadow cast by the statue of Thomas Jefferson outside of the Rotuna, and the last one is just of an advertisement I've always liked. Oh, and in case you're wondering, photos shot with an Olympus OM-1, a 24mm lens, and Ilford Delta 400.