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Bringing IU to you: Bloomington campus in bloom

Apr 27, 2020

Spring is traditionally an active time at Indiana University Bloomington, with students, faculty and staff enjoying the outdoors on campus. While it has been quiet this semester, one thing remains the same: the beauty of the campus when the trees and flowers are in bloom.

In case you’ve been missing campus and wondering what it looks like while you’ve been gone, we’ve got you covered. Indiana University photographer James Brosher recently spent some time capturing scenes from one of the most beautiful campuses in the country.

Here are some of his images:

Red and white tulips blooming in front of the Sample Gates
A tree with bright red leaves near the Rose Well House.
Two people lie down and rest next to Showalter Fountain.
The Musical Arts Center viewed through a wooded area.
Red, yellow and purple flowers in front of the Mauer School of Law.
A tree-lined walkway leads to Woodburn Hall.

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