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Pedestrians cross 19th avenue into San Francisco State University on Tuesday, Sept 6, 2011. San Francisco State University Campus life on the third week into the Fall Semester.

THIS WEEK’S ASSIGNMENT… ON CAMPUS FEATURE…

I apologize for not writing more or giving you any valuable information, but I am overwhelmed with school work… 😉

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LA ASIGNACIÓN DE ESTA SEMANA… CARACTERÍSTICAS DEL CAMPUS…

Me disculpo por no escribir más o dar información valiosa, pero estoy abrumada con el trabajo de la U… 😉

A woman sits on a chair at the campus grounds of San Francisco State University in front of a sculpture on Tuesday, Sept 6, 2011. San Francisco State University Campus' life on the third week into the Fall Semester.
Students sit at the lobby at Cesar Chavez Student Center on Tuesday, Sept 6, 2011. San Francisco State University Campus' life on the third week into the Fall Semester.
Tyden Binsted, 20, senior - Music Major, plays the Bass outside the Fine Arts Building at San Francisco State University on Tuesday, Sept 7, 2011. He said he was "playing some blues out on the sun." San Francisco State University Campus' life on the third week into the Fall Semester.
Alexandra Pinell (left front), Brittany Harris (left back), Josua Ornelas (right back) and DarVejon Jones (right front), all senior students at San Francisco State University - Dance Major, dance during a company's rehearsal on Tuesday, Sept 6, 2011. University Dance Theater, under the direction of Cathleen McCarthy, rehearse the play AEOLUS Quintet that will open in Spring 2012.
Alexandra Pinell, 21, senior student at San Francisco State University - Dance Major, dances during a company's rehearsal on Tuesday, Sept 6, 2011. University Dance Theater, under the direction of Cathleen McCarthy, rehearse the play AEOLUS Quintet that will open in Spring 2012.
The newest Fungi discovery by Dr Dennis Desjardin, the Spongiforma squarepantsii, named after the cartoon, Sponge Bob Squarepants is displayed for photographs at The Harry D. Thiers Herbarium on Wednesday, Sept 7, 2011. The Harry D. Thiers Herbarium, under the direction of Dr Dennis Desjardin, belong to the Biology faculty at San Francisco State University, since 1959. The Herbarium holds a collection of over 140,000 specimens, including 85,000 species of fleshy fungi.
Dr Dennis Desjardin looks at The Harry D Thiers Herbarium's bulletin that displays publications and explanations for the naming of his newest Fungi discovery the Spongiforma squarepantsii, named after the cartoon, Sponge Bob Squarepants, on Wednesday, Sept 7, 2011. The Harry D. Thiers Herbarium, under the direction of Dr Dennis Desjardin, belong to the Biology faculty at San Francisco State University, since 1959. The Herbarium holds a collection of over 140,000 specimens, including 85,000 species of fleshy fungi.
Dr Dennis Desjardin moves the store cabinets to access certain species of fungi that belongs to The Harry D Thiers Herbarium on Wednesday, Sept 7, 2011. The Harry D. Thiers Herbarium, under the direction of Dr Dennis Desjardin, belong to the Biology faculty at San Francisco State University, since 1959. The Herbarium holds a collection of over 140,000 specimens, including 85,000 species of fleshy fungi.
Dr Dennis Desjardin opens one of the store cabinets to access certain species of fungi that belongs to The Harry D Thiers Herbarium on Wednesday, Sept 7, 2011. The Harry D. Thiers Herbarium, under the direction of Dr Dennis Desjardin, belong to the Biology faculty at San Francisco State University, since 1959. The Herbarium holds a collection of over 140,000 specimens, including 85,000 species of fleshy fungi.
Dr Dennis Desjardin looks at a species of fungi that belongs to The Harry D Thiers Herbarium on Wednesday, Sept 7, 2011. The Harry D. Thiers Herbarium, under the direction of Dr Dennis Desjardin, belong to the Biology faculty at San Francisco State University, since 1959. The Herbarium holds a collection of over 140,000 specimens, including 85,000 species of fleshy fungi.
Dr Dennis Desjardin looks through his private library at The Harry D Thiers Herbarium on Wednesday, Sept 7, 2011. The Harry D. Thiers Herbarium, under the direction of Dr Dennis Desjardin, belong to the Biology faculty at San Francisco State University, since 1959. The Herbarium holds a collection of over 140,000 specimens, including 85,000 species of fleshy fungi.

4 Responses

  1. Mauricio Montaldo says:

    Felicitaciones y felicidades Mónica. Me he deleitado con tus fotografías, oportunas, coloridas, sabias, diferentes. Un regocijo a la vista, y también al conocimiento de costumbres, estudios, ciencias, artes.
    Muy bueno.
    Un abrazo cordial.
    MMM/SIP

  2. todays date says:

    i love your blog, i have it in my rss reader and always like new things coming up from it.

  3. Kathleen Alexander says:

    1st 4 are great images –especially 1 & 2

  4. mqcphoto says:

    Gracias Don Mauricio.

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