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.
Up until the Polar Vortex hit us we’d had a freakishly warm winter and no river ice, which is a two-fold bummer for me as the coming of river ice generally means wintering Bald Eagles are easier to see as they gather at places where there are openings in the river ice and because IContinue reading “Finally Got Some Ice On The River”
I don’t remember what the temperature was on the day I took this, but I remember it feeling much colder than it really was. It was also dark and overcast that day. I think this photo picks up that cold, dark, and overcast winters day vibe well.
Generally speaking, I’m not one for overcast winter days. But, this winter has been super overcast and I’m rather enjoying “finding the photo” that’s hidden in my very low contrast, low/flat colored surroundings.
I took this the other day while walking to the library to pickup a book. And people wonder why I don’t drive very often… Once you start to see all the beauty you miss while riding in a car it become quite hard to convince yourself to get back in your car.
Same creek as yesterday’s photo, but this one is the view from the bridge in that other photo.
There’s a short, but rather picturesque, creek that runs through part of the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire campus. It’s officially listed at Little Niagara Creek, but I’ve only ever heard of it being called The Creek. Today’s pic was taken right at the creek’s outfall into the Chippewa River. This was shot usingContinue reading “UWEC Creek”
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.