So today is our 13th Wedding Anniversary, and what better way to celebrate than a walk around the Walter Gropius house in Lincoln, MA.
Gropius and the Bauhaus school were the origin of the minimalist movement. Granted his house looks a bit 70's now, but that's because the 70's were obsessed with making the future look kitschy.
The house is awesome, but the angular lines look so out of place among sprawling pine trees and other shapes of nature.
Afterwards we took a long walk around Cambridge Fresh Pond in the 85°F heat. And with a healthy thirst developed we finished off with Mexican food and beers at Jose's on Sherman St in North Cambridge.
Finally, here's a shot from our wedding. I love this one because the original print aged. It really was just 13 years ago.