Photos: 10-Spot: Photographer's favorites 2012
Evening illumination and an advantageous angle combined to produce this image of Morse College.
This image showing the reflection of the sky on the Women’s Table on Cross Campus was part of YaleNews’ “Up in the Clouds” 10-Spot: http://news.yale.edu/photos/10-spot-clouds.
One of the highlights of the 2012 International Festival of Arts & Ideas was a performance by Roseanne Cash on the New Haven Green: http://artidea.org/.
Cadets and midshipmen receive instructions prior to the September ceremony marking the official opening of the ROTC offices on campus.
Yale senior Scott Simpson — a world-champion jump roper — was the focus of the “Jump for Joy” video posted in October. You can watch it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QSlgmki83U.
Almost as breathtaking as the art on display within the renovated and expanded Yale University Art Gallery was this twilight view from the museum’s terrace. http://artgallery.yale.edu/.
Daily life at Yale: a fall scene from inside the Saybrook College courtyard.
Marsland went to the top of view of Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall to capture this image of downtown New Haven buildings.
Harkness Memorial Chapel, located in Branford College, was blessed for the Yale Buddhist community by Lama Tsondru in December. Meditation and chanting hours begin at the start of the second semester. Visit the Yale University Chaplain's Office website for more info: http://chaplain.yale.edu/.
Marsland snapped this enigmatic image during Senior Society Tap Night in April.
University photographer Michael Marsland snapped thousands of photos of campus scenes and events in 2012. Here are his top 10 favorites — some of which are being shown here for the first time.
The Yale 10-Spot feature is a photographic compilation of — yes — 10 things that can be found on the campus and its environs. (There needn't be ONLY 10 such things.) If you have an idea for a Yale 10-Spot, send us your suggestion at firstname.lastname@example.org.