One evening found me on the campus of Delaware Valley University, in Doylestown, PA. This was the first college campus I have seen with an actual, functioning farm attached to it, which was fascinating, for what little of it I could see. The sun was setting and created an interesting mood to the campus as I watched it change from light to dark. Take a look.
The sun sets behind the campus (Ulman Hall).
The Life Science building.
Not a church, it’s the Allman Building (has to do with small animal care).
The Admissions office hides behind a yard.
Lake Archer through the trees.
A fountain on Lake Archer.
Trees reflected on Lake Archer as the sun sinks lower.
Coming up on the train tunnel.
Going under the tracks to the Equestrian Center (careful, their fences are electrified!)
Coming back from the equestrian area to the campus proper.
The Krauskopf Library as the sun fully sets.
Lamps are lit to light the quad.
Segal Hall and its lamps.
Some of the dorms.
Clouds over the dorms.
The Life Science building is lit up.
Another angle on the Life Science Building.
Next time: Lebanon Valley College.