This first shot is money, I don’t mind telling you. It’s one of my favorites from the 30 I took that afternoon. And by 30 I mean the number I processed, the actual number of frames is more like 288 I wager.
And the Christmas lights, you’ll be seeing those pretty soon.
Lots of gorgeous brick all over campus. I was loving it.
This shot took me a while to frame the way I wanted it. Trying to incorporate the building and get a nice flow of the arches ‘going on forever’.
Even the wooden framed trash can looks sweet! Honestly I didn’t even notice it until now.
You may not like science but you’ve got to love the science building! This is the corner stone of the Carol of Lights, the Cmas lights really flow from this building, highlighted by that massive wreath. Impressive to see the cmas lights and decorations…not telling the man hours they dedicate to that every year.
This was a common scene all over campus, a cluster of bikes ‘left behind’. I should have incorporated them into a few more shots; next time!
I said I wanted the WIDE angle! Special thanks to my friend Andy for the Fish-eye loaner. @ 8mm or 12.8 effective it’s invaluable for close up shots like this doorway. I have a Sigma 12-24mm, which is great but with the crop factor it’s not quite as cool.