On Sunday D. and I wandered around for a while on the campus of San José State University, where he will be getting his art degree in a couple of years. Here are some of the pics I took before I got too tired and we had to go home.
A couple of views of the Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering building.
A plaza on campus.
A squirrel near a rose garden snacks on a geranium blossom.
Tower Hall, built in 1910 to replace a previous building damaged in the 1906 earthquake, is the oldest structure on the SJSU campus.
Shadows on the side of the Event Center make rhythmic patterns.
Hallways in the older Art Building are unmistakably institutional and remind me of my junior high school.