With the three-part series reviewing the London 2009 trip complete, I will turn my attention back to my everyday reality: NDSU. As we speak, I am completing my graduate studies at the university, and not a day goes by when I don’t carry along my camera and document what I see. The building above–the College of Engineering & Architecture–is one of the best places I have found to shoot on campus thus far. I hope that you will, over the course of this project, get a real sense of what it is like to be on campus everyday; some of you may already be on campuses across the country as instructors, administrators, or students, but you may have not taken the time to stop and really look around you at all there is to see.
Fargo, North Dakota, is a bit of a small, sleepy town, but like any decently-sized university campus, NDSU is usually vibrant and has something going on. While not the ideal venue for street photography, and certainly not one that I see a lot, college campuses have a lot going on to shoot, which is what makes street photography so exciting and engaging.
On another note, being “freshly pressed” yesterday and the attention that has come with it has been a bit overwhelming. If you took the time to stop by and leave a comment, followed me, or “liked” anything, I will do my utmost to make my way to your blog to at least check it out. I can’t promise I’ll return the favor but if I like your blog I will indicate that to you in some way. I am enjoying the vibrant community that WordPress is shaping up to be!
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