IU Bloomington Fall Scenes 2010
A dry and dusty summer takes a bow to fall colors, cooler temperatures and great views around the IU Bloomington campus.
Trees are framed in the Well House columns built with portals of IU's second College Building.
As some students make their way to class, others bask in the sunshine around the science corridor.
The Woods between Chemistry and Ballantine Hall show off fall colors.
Beck Chapel is framed by nature's colors.
An impression vision is reflected in the mirrored facade of the music practice facility.
Fall leaves surround Maxwell Hall.
A student paints between Bryan House and Woodburn Hall.
Limestone details stand out on the north end of Bryan Hall.
A student passes near the Indiana Memorial Union and Dunn Meadow on the way to class.
A cyclist rides behind the Indiana Memorial Union.
The Student Building clock tower is framed by tree branches.
The Student Building clock is surrounded by fall colors.
A special lens is used to tilt the plane of focus in this image taken from a Ballantine Hall stairwell.
Students traverse the bridges at the center of campus.
A member of the Indiana University breakdance club performs outside of Ballantine Hall.