Old-fashioned hydrangeas grace the Round House, one of the oldest structures on campus.
A change of perspective helps you see the familiar in a new way.
Yes, even our trees are champions.
Marr’s Spring offers a great place to photograph the play of light on water.
Sometimes nature combines nicely with whimsy and school pride.
The Quad is the perfect place for summer cloud watching.
Do flowers complement our buildings, or do the buildings complement our flowers?
Our trees — beautiful any way you look at them.
Remember when you are out looking at nature, it’s looking back at you.
If you want a place for great nature photos, look no further than our campus.
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