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Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

Hoping to make some photographs for a photo challenge, I went into Princeton and walked around near the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, formerly the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. From Wikipedia: In 1930, Princeton University established the School of Public and International Affairs, which was originally meant to serve as an interdisciplinary program for undergraduate students in Princeton's liberal arts college. In 1948, the School added a graduate professional program and was renamed to…

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Symmetry

Last night I typed out quick notes on approaching this week's Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. I did some reading on the three types of symmetry; translation, rotation, reflection, and glide reflection. Symmetry is "the quality of being made up of exactly similar parts facing each other or around an axis" or "correct or pleasing proportion of the parts of a thing". This afternoon, I was inspired to visit the Princeton University campus, specifically, the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International…

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Isolation Photo Project, Day 49

This afternoon Bhavna and I went to the Princeton University campus. The intent was to change our routine and walk the campus for exercise for a change of scenery. Of course, I brought my camera. Near University Place and College Road intersection, we donned our facemasks - it's all the fashion these days - and sauntered toward Henry Hall and Laughlin Hall. I photographed some of the trees and buildings in the mottled light of the afternoon sun. We found…

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