One of my favorite posters, and yes I have framed it and put it up in my house. And look! It's me in the reflection!
Downtown as seen from outside the Weisman.
It's funny how you can get so used to something that after a while you don't even notice it is there.
Gale, by Arthur G. Dove. I love this painting. According to the placard, "Gale examines the turbulent force of nature, a vital and elemental essence in which Dove firmly believed."
Kneel before the great Ball of Management!
Soak it all in now, winter is coming.
St. Paul cow statue. 2 of 3.
Bullwinkle invites you for a drink.
St. Paul statue. One of three.
Moose and wolf.
The Ely Greenstone outside of Pillsbury Hall. Thought to be 2.7 million years old.
Did you know that the front of Coffman was designed to look like a Gopher's head?
Where have you gone Bronko Nagurski? The U of M turns its lonely eyes to you.
Gateway Alumni Center.
Fountain behind Vincent Hall.
Priceless fountain built in Florence, Italy in 1620 by Pietro Tacca. James Ford Bell brought it back to the U in 1961. It sits behind Coffman Union.
The entrance to Memorial Stadium still stands in the McNamara Center.
Williams Arena. No sporting complex in the state has more history or deserves our pride as much as this place.
The library is full of owls.
This bike rack probably cost three times as much as a normal one, but it makes people who see it happy.
Not the same old same old.
Walter Library encore.
One of the many ceilings of Walter Library. If you haven't seen the renovation, you should check it out.
Statue on U of M campus behind the EE/CSci building. Most people avoid walking underneath it.
Most people work in a cubicle. At least my cubicle has a nice view.