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September 10, 2010


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These really spectacular photos! It's not easy getting such great shots in building like this - reminds me a trying to photograph in a church.

Sarah V.

I love visiting college campuses. Interesting buildings, museums, people-watching...


good to be reminded of the ancient liberal arts. lovely shots, thank you


I love the ceilings and the windows above the doors. :-)


Beautiful! You come up with the best surprises!

Dominique King

Wanderluster-I wondered how these shots would turn out. Wish I'd been able to get the windows head on, but they were pretty high up in the room.

Sarah-Campuses are good for doing your souvenir shopping, too :lol: We invariably try to find the campus bookstore so we can get at least a T-shirt.

Kerry-The ancient liberal arts theme of the window was one of the things that gave this particular hall a sort of "old world" feel.

Nicole-I only wish I'd been able to really capture what these beautiful windows looked like IRL

Soultravelers-The building was a cool surprise for us when we walked in there. We were looking for the art gallery hours and wanted to get in out of the heat for a few minutes :)

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