Many, many moons ago, my late sister attended Vassar College. I had an occasion to stay in Poughkeepsie, NY, where Vassar is located, and went over on a beautiful morning and spent some time wandering around with the Leica.
It’s a beautiful campus; a mix of modern, mid-century, and classic architecture — with a little mid-century thrown in:
For many years, Vassar was a women’s (-only) college, and it was nice to find the National Landmark observatory building — a reminder that even in the 1800’s, women were doing scientific research:
The New England building:
An enjoyable visit, a beautiful, incredibly well-tended campus, and a tranquil late summer morning at a renowned college. I was delighted to visit, and pleased with the resulting photographs. See the rest here.
Memorial Day weekend brought what is likely the last of the spring-like weather to Middle Georgia, and while it lasted, I was out with the camera. This time, the beautiful, historic Mercer University campus here in Macon:
That building is from the 1800’s. The bear — and the building in the background — are not:
Had my black-and-white “classic camera” filters handy, too (same building in the background, FYI):
Thirty new photographs join the Mercer University gallery. Peruse, purchase, or just enjoy.
Visited Middle Georgia State University over the Memorial Day weekend, and have an updated look at campus:
The Wellness Center wasn’t even there last time I was there with a camera:
Take a look at the whole set here. Thanks!
Beautiful spring day in Middle Georgia yesterday, so I took advantage:
Added a few from a January visit, as well; a total of 44 new photographs posted.