Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Wonderful Dana Building

Normally (as in during the academic year), there isn't anywhere near as much greenery as you can currently see around the Dana Building. (Of course not, since if we did have greenery all year around, we could hardly be anywhere near Michigan - unless we were in a heated greenhouse.) I'm taking the photo from under the branches of the relatively newly-planted oak tree that took place of the majestic large elm tree that was chopped down a year (or so) ago (which apparently was losing a long battle against Dutch elm disease).

Now everyone: enjoy the sylvan-esque scene.

The West (Diag) Entrance to the S.T. Dana
(a.k.a. School of Natural Resoruces and Environment) Building

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