Trying to get back in the swing of things and back into the routine of posting weekly. It is fall here in Lynchburg, Virginia, and as of this post, it is past peak when it comes to the changing color of the landscape.
This week’s iPhone Photo of the Week is taken at my school. Liberty University’s campus is split by a four-lane divided highway. This picture was taken from the eastern portion of campus looking towards the main academic building, Demoss Hall. I used the HDR setting on my iPhone to make sure that I was able to get enough exposure on the campus while keeping the beauty of the fall sky and the color of the leaves in the foreground.
This past week has been a little crazy for me. Today is the last day of class and I worked a game for the last time this semester on Sunday. Friday (4/25) greeted us with rain, but the rain subsided in time for the 7pm baseball game. Because of the clouds, I knew there would be a good opportunity for a picture during the game so I patiently waited by the patio at the stadium waiting for the opportunity to arrive. Continue reading iPhone Photo of the Week (Week 7)→
In an attempt to diversify my photography and thanks to inspiration from seeing other bloggers’ work, I’ve decided to do periodic (preferably weekly) profiles of buildings that I see all the time, but take for granted.
Today’s building profile looks at the Arthur S. Demoss Learning Center (more popularly known as Demoss Hall). Demoss Hall houses a vast majority of classes for Liberty University’s residential students. Demoss is one of the oldest buildings on campus as well as one of the largest. At four stories tall, it’s grand entrance with white columns, a beautiful fountain, and a wide staircase is an icon of the university’s campus.
Last month, my school, Liberty University, opened their brand new $50 million dollar Jerry Falwell Library. This building is beautiful! With lots of reading areas, beautiful stacks, quiet study areas, and plenty of natural light, the library quickly became my favorite place to study. I haven’t actually used their crown jewel Automated Book Retrieval System (aka, Robot) to get a book, but I have enjoyed the dining and studying options that abound in this magnificent addition to my school’s campus. Here our some more wide-angled perspectives of the library.