Sunday, July 27, 2008


I like walking through the Campus on weekends when there are few people and one can better enjoy the Southwest-style architecture. The Zimmerman Library is an especially impressive example of the Pueblo and Spanish influence which has guided the architects over the years. The treatment of the passages, stairs, walkways and ramps often has a more modern feel which departs from the basic style, but which mostly fits in well with it.

The camera was an Ikonta 521/16 folder which I've had for many years, but done little with. I was pleased to see it performing well after a few recent adjustments. I have added a page on it to the vintage cameras section of my web site.

A Slide Show from my walk.

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