"I think all art is about control - the encounter between control and the uncontrollable." -Richard Avedon
"Electricity, the peril the wind sings to in the wires on a gray day." -Janet Frame
Lifted from Wikipedia and edited: William Wrigley Jr. died January 26, 1932 and his body was interred in his custom-designed sarcophogus near his home on Catalina Island, located in the tower of the island's Wrigley Memorial & Botanical Gardens. But a decade after his death, Wrigley was moved during World War II due to war/security concerns. His original grave memorial marker still adorns the tower site. Wrigley was reinterred in the corridor alcove end of the Sanctuary of Gratitude, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California.
The view from his vacant mausoleum.
That's Wrigley's house on the top of the hill to the right...
"I always say that I don't want to be sentimental, that the photographs shouldn't be sentimental, and yet, I am conscious of my sentimentality." -Robert Frank
"Argue for your limitations, and sure enough they're yours." -Richard Bach
"Ask yourself the secret of your success. Listen to your answer, and practice it." -Richard Bach
"Avoid problems, and you'll never be the one who overcame them." -Richard Bach
"Bad things are not the worst things that can happen to us. Nothing is the worst thing that can happen to us!" -Richard Bach
"The pain of parting is nothing to the joy of meeting again." -Charles Dickens
The lovely Sophia, loves Catalina Island.