Falling in Love with MSU: A Photo Diary

By Lindsay Mensch

Michigan State has a beautiful campus year round, but most would say that fall is the best time to visit. The expanses of colorful trees on and surrounding campus make it a gorgeous sight to behold in the fall. I would have to agree that this is the best time to see what campus has to offer.

On Monday, October 17, I went around the northwest side of campus to capture photos of the temporary beauty of campus in the fall. Although it is still early in the season, and the colors are only just beginning to change, the sights, sounds, and smells of campus at this time of year are enticing! There is still a lot of time to get outside and simply enjoy the beauty of Michigan autumns and fresh, crisp air.

The photos that follow are all snapshots of the small moments I enjoyed throughout the day. Hope you enjoy as well!

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Outside of Berkey Hall
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West Circle Drive

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Flower beds outside of Old Horticulture Building

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Berkey Hall

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Outside of Eustace-Cole Hall

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Beal Botanical Gardens from above
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On the banks of the Red Cedar…
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Biking back to Brody Neighborhood
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Seen from the River Trail – near the soccer practice field
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Bailey GREENhouse
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In my room
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View from my window
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