Distractions, reflections

David Ing, at large … Sometimes, my mind wanders

2007/04/27 Berkeley, BART station to campus

Travelling as do the natives, the morning commute is a walk from the BART station in downtown Berkeley, eastward into the campus. Downtown Berkeley isn’t large, and a little bit sleepy in the mornings.

Berkeley, downtown BART station

The west entrance to the university campus is marked by the preservation of dense stands of trees.

Berkeley, west entry

Most students probably walk by the sculpture scattered around the campus, without giving it much thought.

Berkeley, west entry walkway with sculpture

The tree-covered walkway wends around a stream that seems permanently covered in shade.

Berkeley, west entry walkway

The campus itself is actually quite hilly, with a few bridges and steps crossing the stream.

Berkeley, portal with steps

The Haas School of Business is at the east side of the campus, a good 20 minute walk from the western edge.

Berkeley, Haas School of Business

It’s a cool, relaxing stroll to get to class at Berkeley. If I had to do this every day, though, I’d surely bring a bicycle with me to speed up cross-campus trips.

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