One exciting thing in cold winter is that sometimes you can find cool ice pattern on the water along the shore, as you can see in this photo. I took this photo on the lake shore of the Second Sister Lake at Dolph Nature Area, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Friday, March 09, 2012
The beautiful building in this photo is the Engineering Research Building, located on North Campus, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The sunset cast orange light on the building. The bottom half of the photo was covered by the shadow of the other building. The reflections in the small pond were also amazing. (Note that the pond was half-frozen!)
Thursday, March 08, 2012
This photo was taken in Nichols Arboretum (in Ann Arbor, Michigan). This bridge is connected to a beautiful walkway along the Huron River. There was snow on that day,so the paths in the Arboretum were muddy and slippery. Somtimes I had to use my tripod as a walking stick to keep from falling down.
Wednesday, March 07, 2012
We were visiting Badlands National Park in South Dakota, USA. Just as the name says, there are badlands everywhere. You definitely don't want to get lost in one of the valleys in this photo.
Tuesday, March 06, 2012
This photo was taken in Heidelberg, Germany. My friends and I were visiting the ancient Heidelberg Castle on a hill (Here to see the photo). Looking down from the hill is the beautiful Heidelberg city and the Neckar River.
Monday, March 05, 2012
This photo was taken inside the Lurie Engineering Center, located on North Campus, the University of Michigan. This beautiful corridor connects the Industrial and Operation Engineering Building and the Lurie Engineering Center. You can view beautiful sunsets from the window on the left side of this photo. Next time when you pass by here, why not take a break and enjoy the scenery.
Sunday, March 04, 2012
The public art in this photo is Begob, a steel sculpture from Alexander Liberman in 1996. It is located on North Campus, the University of Michigan (on the east side of Lurie Engineering Center). I drive by it nearly everyday. It is always a big challenge to take a photo with my camera facing right at the sun. It resulted in a lot of flares in this photo. However, I think the effect looks cool in this picture.