I apologize for my lack of posting; I am waiting for labor to begin and it’s got me entirely distracted.
I did have time to notice the excellent architecture of the Diffenbaugh building this morning though. For all the days I walk past FSU buildings, I am still always in awe
These new cans have been dotting the FSU campus for about a year now. I find it interesting that the trash can says “landfill.’ It only just occurred to me the other day that perhaps by reminding users of the destination of their refuse, we may consider what we throw out and maybe try to recycle a little more.
Being 28 weeks pregnant, I have to get up frequently. Sometimes I take a walk down the road away from my building and out around Dodd hall. On the far side of the massive brick building, near the faculty parking lot, is this area where flowers appear to be growing. Though FSU does landscaping all over campus, I want to believe these occur naturally.
It’s graduation time on FSU’s campus and even at 8 AM, people were lined up in front of the Westcott fountain to take pics. This is a shot of the three flags at Wetscott, right near where everyone was posing and realizing that the safety of academia is about to end. Linking up for Skywatch Friday.
Was walking across a pretty abandoned campus to drop a book off to a friend and I really liked this shot. These dorms are all pretty new; I think there were some crappy old apartments and dirt lots over here at one point, long ago. Linking up for Skywatch Friday.
The Westcott Fountain is a landmark on Florida State University’s campus. My mother likes to recall in the winter of 1969 and it froze solid! That definitely has not happened while I’ve been here. Linked up for Watery Wednesday!
When it’s Spring Break on FSU’s campus, it’s exceedingly quiet. Peaceful even. This is the corridor/breezeway between the Williams and Diffenbaugh buildings. I sat outside in the bright sun for a bit to warm up and got this shot. Normally, there are kids swarming this area.