I spent this past Sunday Afternoon and evening walking around campus and I am glad to have this area so close to home. It is a great place to take a walk with a camera with all the history and architecture and of course the variety of student life you can see as well. I was asked directions by an Asian student and asked about my belief in God by a couple from The Church of Latter Day Saints. Never a dull moment when you go to campus.
This is the Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering at Purdue University. Armstrong is one of the many famous graduates of this University. I believe it is a fairly new construction. They have done a lot over the past couple years here. I will be spending some more time there as they are now done with much of the construction.
I have seen some photo bloggers out there that consistently post one photo each and every day. I am toying with this. I have tried this in the past and something always comes up and I miss a few days. Here recently I have just tried to post more photos, but one per day would certainly keep things fresh and put me into a practice of creating a little something each day.
May this photo be the first in a long string. I guess we’ll see…..
This is a photo of The Slayter Center on the Purdue University Campus. It is located at the base of Slayter Hill which is a great overlook for the intramural fields and the quads. This is one of those classic local locations that I like to go to and shoot often in different conditions and try different angles.