Harvard photographer captures the beauty of the season
These photographic vignettes offer a visual tribute to autumn. With periods of day and night reaching a temporal balance, the changes are reflected in the natural environment.
A collage of ochre leaves frame a historical lantern while a fanlight window becomes a stunning example of Impressionism.
Whether you are running along a pathway of vermilion leaves along the Charles River, or witnessing the sunrise over the tower of Dunster House, these moments offer a breath of fresh air and sense of renewal to the viewer.
— Text by Kris Snibbe; photos by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographers
A dog walk along Brattle Street by Radcliffe Yard is more pleasurable with the crunch of autumn leaves.
A lamppost at Harvard Business School faintly glows against the fiery fall backdrop. At Sever Hall tiny golden leaves interact with its intricate designs.
A jogger passes alongside the River Houses. Social distancing comes easy in the Sunken Garden in Radcliffe Yard. The landscape is ablaze at Arnold Arboretum. A solitary figure walks along a path at the arboretum.
Autumn leaves at the arboretum decorate the boughs of a conifer tree. A felled tree makes for a fun obstacle course.
An early morning run along the Charles River. The Dunster House tower is silhouetted against the early morning sun.