Featured Images – #snowday

A gallery of a snowy Imperial Campus

We’ve been waiting a long time to update our images of the campus in the snow…

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For a brief period on Wednesday morning I escaped the office to snap around the campus, the Queens Lawn was an especially hazardous place to be.

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Back up to the top of campus, the “beast from the east” storm that left behind the snow can be seen retreating on the right of the frame. This is a very large multi-frame composite image.

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Here’s looking at you, one of the lions at the bottom of the Queens tower keeps an eye on a photographer on the Queens Lawn.

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Students from Hong Kong enjoy the picturesque winter wonderland campus that the deluge left behind.

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We waited a long time for snow, and when it came, boy did it come.

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No (snow) ball games.

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Prince’s Garden looking gorgeous, if not rather perilous with all the errant illegal snowballs.

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The main entrance bathed in glorious winter sunshine.

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One comment for “Featured Images – #snowday

  1. Beth says:

    These are lovely! Well done Thomas!

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