September 2nd, 2006
One of the irregularly recurring series of the blog will be focussing on cool, unusual or sometimes even just touristy places to see around the Bay and the world. Kicking off the series will of course be in honor of my alma mater: Stanford University.
Stanford is not just the first place to mention because I loved it there, but also because the Stanford campus is one of the most beautiful university campuses in the United States.
Palm trees line the whole campus including Stanford’s famous Palm Drive
Memorial Church – or MemChu – was built in the late 19th and early 20th century and nearly destroyed only a few years later in the great 1906 Earthquake. By the way – this picture is one of the regularly featured sceneries photographed at the digicam website dcresource.com among other Stanford vistas.
The Main Quad – heart of the campus.
By the way – to check out more images from the Bay Area and other cool places, such as Istanbul, London or Los Angeles – check out the Galleries section at waschbusch.com.