When you walk into Jackson Square for the first time, you can’t help but notice two things. One is the namesake statue of President Andrew Jackson. The other is the giant white cathedral behind the statue. And I’m sure that for many visitors, that is all they see. I tend to avoid those things that are most obvious when I visit a place. I’m glad I did because my favorite parts of Jackson Square were hidden in each of the corners. In this case, they were old weathered statues that represent the seasons. The one above is Summer and though I didn’t know that’s what he was while I visited, it makes sense that he would be my favorite.

Much like the season he represents.