That’s Schofield Hall on the University Of Wisconsin at Eau Claire campus hiding in the trees. It’s named for the first President of the University, Harvey Schofield. The building was designed by the architects Van Ryn & Degelleke. Built in 1914 it was the first building on the campus. Today Schofield Hall houses administrative offices.
I’m, generally, not one for tweaking with photos much. But, I do like this quite heavily edited shot of one of the dorms on the University Of Wisconsin at Eau Claire’s campus and the Chippewa River.
I took this at sunset a couple weeks back and am just now getting ‘round to looking at it. I think it’s good enough for sharing. The smokestack in the back of the photo is from the campus power plant which has either been decommissioned or converted to running on natural gas. However, I’ve heardContinue reading “University Of Wisconsin- Eau Claire”