This is another work from a series I posted a few other parts of a while back. I created this series during my experimental photography class at SUNY Oswego, which is when I really fell in love with the art of scannography. I really hope to get a chance to do more work with that and some of the other forms of experimental photography I worked with some day soon.
This is the path I most often took to make my way down to the waters of Lake Ontario while I was a student at SUNY Oswego. It around 250 feet from my dorm, probably less (which was not considered a “lakeside” dorm, by the way.) And it was one of my favorite places for four years.
Here is my entry for this week’s Cee’s Which Way Challenge. I chose this path around what is known at SUNY Oswego as the Glimmerglass Lagoon for this week!
Here is my entry for this week’s edition of Sunday Trees – 291. Enjoy!
Here is my entry for this week’s Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge! My theme for this week is stairways of SUNY Oswego.
Here is my first entry for Tuesdays of Texture: Week 22 of 2017. The theme for this week was textures that don’t belong together.
Here is my entry for this week’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Old. I picked this photo because the building on the right (Hewitt Hall/Union) is a gorgeous building at Oswego that is among the older ones on campus. It also used to be the student union (home to almost all of the student organizations on campus) before the Campus Center* was built in 2006 and became host to most student activities. This was one of my favorite buildings on campus.
*The Campus Center was renamed Marano Campus Center in 2014 due to a donation. However most students like myself who had already become set in their ways continued to call it the Campus Center.
Here is my entry for this week’s Tuesday Photo Challenge with the theme of Street. These are three different streets, in three different years (from top to bottom they were taken in 2017, 2016, and 2015 respectively), with three different appreciations of streets. The top photo has a beautiful cherry tree blooming next to it, so let’s call that one “A Street with a View.” The middle one I appreciate because it shows the presence of trees without showing the trees (the acorn shells strewn all over the street), but I also love shadows. (“Shadows and Remnants” is what I would title that one.) The last one brings together my childhood love of puddles with my current love of photography, fall, and nature (and of course any combination of the three!) We’ll call this one, “Pretty Puddles.”
Here is my entry for this week’s edition of Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge. Enjoy!