Cornell Pictures

A couple of my friends have these huge clunky DSLR cameras. They’re ugly as shit, but take glorious photos. As much as I love violating copy right law, I’d like to start taking my own professionalish shots, rather than swiping them off of Google images.

I got a great deal on ebay for a dlsr and now its time to retire my old point and shoot. But before I do that, I have to showcase these cute pics of Cornell I took as a freshman before I became jaded and disenchanted with the Cornell experience.

West-facing View from Thurston Bridge (pre-fences) in the fall.

The back of Lincoln hall on the Arts quad. Nice socks.

A.D. White Library

Inside of Olin Library with a view of the Arts Quad <3.

North-facing view of ho plaza and McGraw Tower. In all honesty I’ve gotten really sick of the horrendously out-of-time and out-of-tune chime concerts, but every once in a while they’ll brighten my day by playing a phantom of the opera number.

Olin Library. The 1960’s were a great time for architecture, huh?

Goldwin Smith Hall and a lovely orange crane.

Next weekend I’m going to DC, so expect more photos in the near future!

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One Response to Cornell Pictures

  1. Great photos. I look forward to seeing the DC pics. After living here for about 6 years I’ve gotten so jaded I never take photos. However, nearly everything is photo worthy. Let me know if you need any help getting tours set up. -A

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