Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Outdoor Wednesday in Princeton NJ, part 2 University Edition

In this last installment of Princeton, NJ pictures from last week's visit, I wanted to share images from the University.
This is all part of the university, which is located adjacent to the downtown area - Palmer square.
The Princeton Tiger is seen all over.
The architecture is absolutely amazing.
These gates welcome students and visitors.
There are stone archways everywhere.
That lead to more.
And of course, many ivy covered buildings.
I hope the kids that go to Princeton know how lucky they are to be surrounding by such beautiful buildings.

Beautiful heavy wood doors.

Even small details such as lights are worth stopping to take a look at.

Linked up to Outdoor Wednesday's hosted by A Southern Daydreamer.


  1. Fantastic architecture! I have never really looked at images of the amazing buildings before. Thanks for sharing your great photos!

    Have a lovely week!

    Debbykay @ Rose Cottage Gardens and Farm

  2. Breathtaking! Wow... Excellent shots!

    Donna Marie

  3. Great shots.Thanks for sharing.
    Nice outdoor post.

  4. Such a beautiful campus! After your post last week, DH came home and said he had some new customers come into the gallery from Princeton! Small world. Thanks for sharing these beautiful shots. Kathy

  5. Goodness gracious these pictures are so beautiful !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I feel like I had a personal tour.
    Thanks !!

  6. Those wooden doors have stolen my heart.
    Gorgeous architectures too.

    Becky K.

  7. There is something so majestic about an old school campus. The architecture is lovely and the commons is always such a lovely place to stroll. Thanks for putting this series of photos together for us. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

  8. I enjoyed seeing the old buildings and the special touches.
    Mama Bear

  9. Universities tend to have such magnificent architecture! And this one surely does!

  10. We live in a the neighbourhood of the famous Flemish Universitay of Leuven ( Belgium) and I must say, your pictures could almost be from there. The same size and style of buildings and things but our University is much older. It dates from the 16th century.
    My husband is a professor there.