"The most beautiful thing in Florence is McDonald's." - Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol: From A to B and Back Again (1975).
Every town and village and crossroads and city has beautiful, or at least memorable, architecture of some kind -- most assuredly something more unique than the nearest McDonald's. Something beyond branding, transcending the Gestalt shorthand of Big Ben for London, La Tour Eiffel, Sacré-Cœur or the Moulin Rouge for the capital of France, the RenCen for Detroit.
In Fort Worth, Texas, it's the lay of the land, and the way the rivers meander, or rather the named "forks" of the Trinity River, which sounds a whole lot cooler as el río Trinidad. There are good buildings, and public spaces, too, though here almost nothing standing dates to more than a century ago, a disorienting fact that continues to boggle my mind. It's eerie.
How about where you are, dear reader? Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue?
Today's Rune: Wholeness.