November 10, 2015
by Betsy Chapman
Yesterday was a punishing weather day. It rained nearly nonstop – sometimes sideways – and was only in the low to mid 50s. It was just a wretched day to be out and about. Today, thankfully, the clouds are still here in patches, but at least we can see some sun.
I took a few pictures early this morning. I was struck by a couple of clumps of trees – each with a middle tree that was different colored than the others. The one on Poteat field is particularly striking, because it is a very vivid yellow and the others are solid green.
When I was on the Quad, we had a sunny side (Wait Chapel) and a still cloudy side (Reynolda). The contrast in the two skies was rather striking.
Because of the rain yesterday, there are still some puddles on campus – some bigger than others. As I was walking toward Wait Chapel to take pictures, the puddle was big enough to catch the reflection of the chapel spire.
I liked the progression of the chapel in the puddle. Hope you do too.
Categories: campus life
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