Thursday, November 7, 2013

UNA in the fall

I may be just a little biased, but I think the University of North Alabama has the most beautiful campus anywhere.  Anywhere. And that is especially true in the fall.

I spend much of my time in the lab room just right of the stairs on the top floor.  I see this tree every time I come and go.  It is just as pretty in the spring as I watch it go from bare to buds to beautiful.

When I went to college here, the walkway below was a congested street.

Most of these photos were taken between Floyd Science Building and the Collier Library, a regular trek for me.  There is much more of the campus that is not shown here.