Building facade - patterns (sc 2017-11-24)
The new Biological Sciences building, still under construction. It rises adjacent to the Ruthven Museum of Natural History, and will provide new display space for that museum, among other purposes.
The late afternoon sun warming the corrugated cladding, and a deep blue sky, which was reflected in the windows, produced striking patterns, especially when viewed looking upward at a steep angle from near the base of the building.
Central Campus, University of Michigan
Taken November 23, 2017; shot in jpeg only
(Note, satellite images for maps of this part of the campus haven't yet caught up with the new construction. Old North Hall was demolished to make room for this building.)
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Catch of the Day for D328-2017, November 24 (see other COD's here: https://arctangent.smugmug.com/Dailies/Catch-of-the-Day-my-favorites/)
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