These are the chronicles of an OWU student as she goes through this new, future-bound life that is college
Blazing sunset from Hayes Hall
Neon trees anyone? (And yes I love that band)
Outside of Smith Hall is a very colorful little tree. Nice color scheme too.
Pretty sky on the way to OSU to catch a field hockey championship with one of my older teammates!
Dempsey Middle School-stunning sunset at a too-early hour, headed to help serve breakfast to people!
Suspicious looking clouds, taken while I was getting in some extra work at Beeghly Library
Fall hues captured on the Hayes Stairs
WE HAVE A LEAF PROBLEM
Pretty seasonal changes can be seen on the Jay
More cold fronts moving in!
We don’t have trees like these in Coloradp
Welch has some very colorful trees!
At the top of the Smith steps were some chilly looking clouds.
More rain-clouds crawling by overhead!
Thundering rain-clouds emerge behind a golden -leafed tree outside of Welch Hall
A lovely (albeit blurred) collection of leaves outside of Smith Hall, taken on our way to a team breakfast at Tim Horton’s
Blue skies! Happy day!
The sun is back! I had forgotten what it feels like!
Hard to believe this was here not two weeks ago…yay for tumultuous weather
Despite the hardships that accompany the snow, it really is very lovely.
A beautiful day at Selby Stadium for the Bishop Champion Games! Go OWU!
This cute little tree in front of Branch Rickey was so heavy with snow!
Wow this looks just about as cold as it actually was. Yay for Ohio in February.
Taken from fourth floor of Smith Hall stairwell…this was a good shot for me because I am actually quite scared of heights.
Yes I am a bit of a chem nerd but look how cool these chemicals are!
This camera doesn’t do justice to the calming effect this pale sunset had on a very early morning.
Rainy weather in February lends itself to rather unique glimpses of the world!
On my way back to Welch after classes when I spot the sun struggling from behind the massive clouds…It didn’t succeed.
This is a very chipper baby squirrel. He was pretty quick and, for a second there, he looked a bit like a cheetah. A very small, gray, bushy-tailed cheetah.
These are cold-weather clouds. Very, very cold weather clouds. And the ever-regal University Hall looks extremely patriotic here.
Ominous clouds over Phillips Hall!
I took this on the way back from Telluride, Colorado. Though we didn’t get much snow this year the mountains are still as majestic as always.
This is a very brave fish from the Denver Zoo. She stared at me for about five minutes, not too subtly asking me to take her picture. I happily obliged.
This is a picture of my backyard. It may be difficult to see but it is snowing. Hunks of ice. While sunny. Only in Colorado is this sort of weather behavior tolerated.