I won’t be able to see my campus until another three weeks, so I decided to walk around for a few minutes to have a last look at some of the places I pass by everyday.
On my last day in school before the semestral break, I went for a quick walk to look at the buildings and objects that I wouldn’t see for another three weeks or so. Take a look at these places where I pass by everyday in school.
This is probably one of the most recognized buildings in the University of the Philippines – Diliman. I spent most of my time here when I was a freshman student because a lot of my classes were here, and I would meet up with my high school pals as well in the lobby. I found that even on days without classes, students would still come to this building.
This is a view from the back of the Administration building, the first building you’ll see when you enter the campus.
This is the path that I would take when I’m coming from my Journalism class to my Social Science class.
It’s where you can find the statue “Three Women Sewing the First Philippine Flag” crafted by one of the National Artists of the Philippines in Visual Arts, Napoleon Abueva (who is also known as the Father of Modern Philippine Sculpture).
This is the path leading to the Lagoon.
And here’s my last look at the trees in the University. If you would look closely, some people are having a picnic of some sort.
I would never run out of things to photograph in my campus. So when I come back to school after the break, expect to see more photos from me!