When I created my Top 200 Photos feature, this was #5: now it’s:
The #9 photo was: and now it is: which used to be #7
Originally, my #12 photo was: and now it’s: which was originally #9. This photo, which was once my most viewed photo continues its slow descent.
The previous 15th most viewed photo was: and now it’s: which has dropped from #12
Cornell once again for today’s Top 200 Photo photo #25 is: Once again, it’s the Pre-Dragon Day Runners previously featured here(link).
Winter and Math in this Top 200 Photo photo #51 is: I’ve always loved how trees demonstrate fractals and I think that’s almost nothing so beautiful during the winder as a tree covered in a small bit of snow. It really brings out the structure of the branches and makes it easier to notice them.
A return to Cornell for this Top 200 Photo photo #81 is: This is another panorama from Cornell. This is on Libe Slope, where Slope Day takes place. It is also climbed by nearly every upperclassman living on West Campus or beyond. Engineering students can avoid climbing it most of time as most of their […]
Once again a trip to Cornell during the winter for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #96 is: This photo was taken during my freshman year with my brand new digital camera. That was actually a very mild winter. So mild, in fact, that my cross country skiing class became a hiking class. It did NOT […]
Staying at Cornell and adding a bit of celebrity for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #107 is: Bill Nye got his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Cornell University. In an example of the awesome professors you can have at Cornell – one of his professors was Carl Sagan! Cornell has a program that invites […]
And we bounce right back to Cornell for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #108 is: It’s a shame that we go to school in the winter instead of the summer. I know it has to do with our rural past and having to help out in the farm, but it’s extra annoying at Cornell. Summer […]
Time for another Top 200 Photo. photo #110 is: I’d been a fan of Mo Rocca since I saw him on The Daily Show. I also enjoyed his contributions to VH1’s “I love the [decade]” series. These days I’m likely to hear him on NPR’s “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” as a panelist. It was […]
And we’re at Cornell once again for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #112 is: This is from the Andrew White reading room at Uris Library. I didn’t properly take advantage of the library spaces in my freshman and sophomore years. It was when I really got serious about my studies in my Junior Year (after […]
Still at Cornell for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #114 is: Another photo taken from the top of the clock tower. This time it has the business school as the most prominent building. It’s crazy how much that skyline has changed with new building construction.
Cornell again, for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #115 is: Most of the buildings at Cornell had multiple entrances. Because of the hilly nature of the campus some of these entrances, like this one into Uris Library, went unnoticed by the majority of the student body.
Back to Cornell for today’s Top 200 Photo. photo #199 is: This is Cornell’s famous clock tower and the attached Uris Library. The clock tower is called McGraw Hall. I knew that at some point in my freshman year, but pretty much everyone just calls it the clock tower. It houses chimes that are played […]