My first grandchild was born this morning up here in Omaha, a little girl named Ann. Mother and beautiful baby are doing great; I’m a bit shaky. Still, although I’m less coherent than usual, I can manage to put up some more of Dr. Davies’s lovely campus photographs. But here’s fair warning: things might be ever so slightly erratic around here for a while.
Here’s a sequence showing the blossoming of the geology and biology buildings. These pictures had to have been taken from the top of the chemistry building, I would guess from the balcony off the west side of the second floor. There’s a lot to look at in these–hedges, trees, roads–but I really enjoy that lone tree.
Bonus: Here’s the balcony I mean. It’s only accessible by walking through someone’s lab. (I don’t recommend this, by the way.)
Extra bonus: Someone asked about this photo from yesterday. I really struggled to orient myself with this one too. It’s the beginning of construction of the RMC. The building in the background is the side of the gym.