Purdue has many outfits, but my favorite one to photograph has to be campus covered in a blanket of fresh snow.

I have never seen it snow this hard for that long during my time at Purdue – I had to go out make some photos.

Started at PMU:

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Rough ride home:

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Perfectly untouched snow at the Engineering Fountain:

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Snow covered trees around the Engineering Fountain:

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Snow covered trees outside Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering:

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Looking up:

 

 

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My transportation is my uncles bike which he used to get around when he went to Purdue a little over 20 years ago.

University Hall:

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At points throughout the day, it was hard to see the Bell Tower it was snowing so hard:

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“13, silver loop.”

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I saw countless people get out their phones and snap a quick photo on the way to wherever they were going. I had to make at least one good photo to show:

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Snow-capped Mackey Arena:

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A tree outside Hawkins Hall:

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Looking down on the Engineering Fountain:

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Snowy campus from above:

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The next day after the snow had fallen, it was a beautifully sunny day. Had to go up to Folk, Alexander, and Bittinger to check out the view:

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Folk Field looks great covered in a fresh blanket of snow. Looking forward to the fall!

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Purdue Baseball’s Alexander Field looks great from above center field:

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and above the pitchers mound, looking straight down:

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Purdue Softball’s Bittinger Field from above:

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