I’m sure you’ll recall that I got discombobulated the other day about this picture:
My friend Leonard Lane sorted it out–it’s the back side of Architecture with the addition going up. Then today I was looking through some slides that turned up in O. Jack Mitchell’s papers and I found two lovely shots that must have been taken shortly after it was completed. One was taken near mid-day and the other, spectacularly, at night. Both were taken by Paul Hester, ’71 :
It’s hard these days to see how great looking this really is. If it were up to me, I believe I’d cut down those pines.
Bonus: Rubber ducks.
Agreed. The trees are in the way.
I might also get out the pressure washer.
Volunteers? The trees I mean…