Stepping Down

By: Gustav Hoiland

Mar 11 2011

Category: fisheye

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Focal Length:50mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 7D

Shadows from the Streetside

I very often feel more like a student of MIT than Northeastern. Besides living near their campus and using it as a throughway to various destinations (including my commute to NU), they have an incredible assortment of open lectures every. single. day. Every morning I hop on http://events.mit.edu to see what they’re serving up on any given day. Nasa scientists talking about exoplanet research, pulitzer prize winning journalists detailing their experience in Tahrir Square during the recent uprising, and if you’re up for a challenge there are always talks titled something like this “New Concepts in Molecular and Energy Transport Within Carbon Nanotubes: Thermopower Waves and Stochastically Resonant Ion Channels.”

So here I’m seen, descending the steps beneath the towering pillars that frame the entrance to MIT’s main building on Mass Ave. Fresh off a walk down Infinite Corridor. Camera in hand, snapping off some frames from the fisheye.

And all was well in the world.

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