This is Dunster Hall at Harvard University. I pass by it twice-a-day, five days a week and am always amazed at how it changes depending on the light at that particular time of day. Sometimes it looks faded and old; at dusk it is lit by soft white lights; but my favorite light happens near sunset. Just before the buildings across the river block the sunlight from hitting the clock tower, the setting sun gives it this almost candy-coated look. I took many shots in this light and this is my favorite, although I am still not sure about where the building/trees are cropped but the shots which included more looked too busy to me. Ironically, the clock on the tower is off by nearly 2 hours, as this was taken just before 6:00 p.m.
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