The walls of Lobby 10 have been the location for several war memorials on campus. The inscriptions on the walls include all known names of MIT alumni who were killed in World Wars I and II, the Vietnam War, and the Korean War. This picture, taken at an angle, makes the list seem endless on the Infinite Corridor, reflecting its name.
This view of the sunset from Lobby 7 was taken through the viewfinder of a medium format camera from the second floor balcony. The reflection on the viewfinder gives a different perspective of a view that we see every day on the way home from classes. The spectacular view is normally ignored, overshadowed by the tiredness of a whole day of classes and work.
An evening view of the west side of campus was taken during a cloudy day in the spring. The astroturf field and the tennis bubble are at the center of the image. On the left stands the MacGregor House tower. To the right of the bubble is Tang Hall and Westgate Apartments. The mixture of blue and orange in the sky creates a striking effect, rendering the MIT skyline exceptionally beautiful.