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I have posted a variety of photos from a delightful fall afternoon at Taliesin (yesterday) with wonderful light and color to: www.wrightinracine.com
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I particularly like the one of Romeo and Juliet. The wood has weathered to a true monochrome and contrasts wonderfully with the foliage.
Thank you for sharing.
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Oh, my -- the tree at the Tea Circle is doing quite nicely, isn't it. How time flies.
And I don't think I ever appreciated that there's butted corner glass at Taliesin. What is the earliest incidence of that detail in Wright's career ? Could it be here ?
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When was this part of Taliesin? Freeman and Ennis used the detail in 1924.
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Unless Mark used Wells' Time Machine or a DeLorean, the mitered window is part of T-III, 1925.