Featured: Window reflection of the east end of the Law Library
Featured November 19
Featuring a reflection in the 'moat' windows of the William W. Cook Legal Research Building.
The windows of the 'moat' belong to the underground library that is housed in the building. If you look closely you can see some of the furnishings in the room 'behind' the reflections. The 'moat' runs around the south and east sides of the building, but has a walkway that runs around the base of the building, from which one can look outward and view these reflections. My position for taking the shot is mapped.
University of Michigan Central Campus, Ann Arbor
Taken November 6, 2016 (D310-2016 )
In response to a question that Linda asked about my previous featured shot, for November 17, the panorama of the Law Quad, asking whether I went to school there, the answer is 'yes and no'. Yes I attended the University of Michigan (received my PhD from there), but no I did not attend the University of Michigan Law school. The Law Quad makes up a portion of the main campus, which latter is referred to locally as the Central Campus (as opposed to North Campus, the Athletic Campus, and the Medical Campus). The Central and Medical Campues are marginally adjacent to one another, but the Athletic and North Campuses are physically well separated from the Central Campus.
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Featured Photos 2016