On a recent visit to my alma mater, I took some door pictures to share. This is the first. It is the entrance to Lane Hall in History Corner of the Outer Quad at Stanford University (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted). I picked this one to photograph because my first declared major at Stanford was History and I had several very, very early morning World History classes here. Those early morning classes were probably the reason that I quickly changed majors (several times). My academic advisor’s office was in this building and I always loved going there. Not just because he was quirky and brilliant, but because of the inside of this building. All that polished wood. All that history. All those dreams for the future!
And here are a couple more photos to give you the feel of the building. The top one is the gateway leading from the outer quad to the inner quad. The second one is of the archways in the inner quad. I never tire of photographing the corridors of the inner and outer quad.
For more door photos, go over to Norm 2.0 for Thursday Doors, a weekly feature.