Photo Excursion: North Campus

After a big meal at my favorite campus Japanese restaurant, my roommate and I were feeling well past over-stuffed, so we decided to take a walk up to our university’s North Campus, about two miles away. I brought my camera because there were some wild flowers there a few weeks ago that I had wanted to try my hand at photographing, but I was surprised to find that most of them were gone by yesterday evening. Instead, we ran into a couple deer, some beavers, gophers, a heron, geese, and a skunk. I was disappointed in most of my pictures (bad light plus point-and-shoot camera equals sad Rachel), but here are a very small few I thought decent enough to share.

14 thoughts on “Photo Excursion: North Campus

  1. Dude you’re kidding me. You need to get it in your head that crappy device != crappy photos. Your composition is terrific in all photos especially the way you captured the lake and the setting and the angle of the trees. It’s obvious the flower is the best focus-wise but no one needs a high-end piece of technology to make a work of art.

  2. Lovely photos. 🙂 The main campus of the college I go to has this huge lake and many people walk around it for fun or for exercise. There’s all these geese there too.

  3. OMG that deer is so adorable! I want it. We could play games and I could name it. XD Anyway, ahem, these photos are lovely. I’m glad you had a great time!

  4. Ooh, pretty pictures 8D The deer! And the ducks, omg, the ducks are so cute *q* You have such a beautiful campus! … and I usually don’t say beauitful, haha.

  5. OMG, I love those photos! Pretty damn decent for a point and shoot, if ‘ya ask me. 😉 What’s the model and make …? And dude, every time I eat Japanese food, I end up doing the same thing — Eating way, way, WAY too much. D: It makes for a very conflicting meal, lemme tell ‘ya. -_-

  6. Wow, these place looks pretty great 🙂

    I love taking walks on a full stomach – helps you digest and feel better like straight away 🙂 hehe

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