Left, "The Corner" (actually a fairly straight street) by the University of Virginia.
Below, the Rotunda and statue of its architect, Thomas Jefferson.
Above: Glorious magnolia tree and chapel(?).
Right: Flowering quince spilling over a walled garden, as seen through Pavilion pillars.
Left: Courtyard garden by the Rotunda.
Below: Just like home...in my dreams!
Left: "The Lawn."
Right: Under a portico along The Lawn. Highly prized rooms (given as honors to students, though they're far from any plumbing) are along the left.
Below: Students studying in a Lawn room. I dearly hope that Mr. Jefferson is writhing in his grave, as in his day "Africans" were only allowed in those rooms to clean up.
The gentlemen scholars' servants (read: slaves) were housed under the Lawn rooms; hence the ventilation grill between the threshold and step in the photo below. History isn't always pretty when you look beneath the surface.