I was on campus today to see the Purdue women take on #4 Texas A&M. If you are interested I have some pictures that I liked from the game on my other blog here. I got to the game early because it was not raining, and I knew that I could have a few minutes almost alone on campus. My main goal was to get an HDR image of the clock tower that sits famously over campus. I actually did get a good picture, but on my way back to the stadium I spotted this scene. I wanted to test the shot with the water from the recent rain. The reflection looks great in HDR, and I thought that since I am almost two months into this endeavor it would be a good picture for today. Hovde Hall is right at the center of campus as far as academics goes. The fountain is in front of it, and the clock tower is to it’s left. Sometimes it gets lost in the shuffle, but today it is the focus of this blog.
Posted by Pinola Photo on December 4, 2011 in Architecture, Canon 18-135mm Kit, Canon 60D, HDR, Indiana, Photomatix Pro 4, Purdue, West Lafayette/Lafayette and tagged HDR Photography, Hovde Hall, Photography, Photomatix Pro 4, Purdue University.