December 15, 2009

The Second Day of Duckmas

Happy Hanukkah (a few days late)!

I took a lot of pics for this one, and I really couldn't decide which one I liked the best.  In the end, I went with the one above, because the stained glass looks nice, but I can't not post the other one.  Click "more" to see it...

Not exactly a Christmas-y scene (more like Halloween), but it's a cool setting.

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1 Nice to see a class being held in Adams hall again - even if it does require weather-proof rubber students...

Posted by: vaucanson's duck at December 15, 2009 11:39 AM (XVJDy)

2 Now that surprised me, Vauc.  I didn't think it'd be recognizable just from those little bits...

Posted by: Wonderduck at December 15, 2009 08:34 PM (C32SO)

3 There's not much that dates from 1891 on the Duck U. campus.  The arch is a nice spot to sit and eat a sandwich at certain times of year.  The perspective on this shot is tricky - could one of the ducks have floated in the lower part of the eight?  Is that stone vertical or horizontal?

Posted by: vaucanson's duck at December 16, 2009 10:26 AM (XVJDy)

4 It's mostly horizontal, Vauc.  There's maybe a 15° angle from top to bottom.  Certainly not very steep, but it's there. 

And yes, a duck could float in the bottom of the 8, and the top of the 9, for that matter.  Maybe even in the top of the 8, if it's a small duck.  Might have to try that next time it rains...

Posted by: Wonderduck at December 16, 2009 06:16 PM (C32SO)

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