A gallery of a snowy Imperial Campus
We’ve been waiting a long time to update our images of the campus in the snow…
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.
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.
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.
Students from Hong Kong enjoy the picturesque winter wonderland campus that the deluge left behind.
We waited a long time for snow, and when it came, boy did it come.
No (snow) ball games.
Prince’s Garden looking gorgeous, if not rather perilous with all the errant illegal snowballs.
The main entrance bathed in glorious winter sunshine.
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Imperial staff and students can view all the original images featured in the post, along with others from this set on the Imperial College London Asset Library.
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