There’s no better feeling then pulling up to random fields of wildflowers. We are excited to announce that our blog is getting a revamp!! We are currently transferring from Wix to Wordpress, and the new website should be up within the next 10 days! Thanks to everyone who continues to show support and follow us. We love you guys, go be a flower today and float in the wind! 🌸
To our fellow bloggers: what platform are you using? Have you ever had to go through the pain of transferring to a different web host? Let us know your thoughts, we’d love to hear them!
All my friends are really, dead this ain’t no XO Life for me.
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Hidden behind these mature trees, lies the grandest building on the University of Alberta campus.
This 1921 structure is now known as the Destistry/Pharmacy Building but was originally known as the Medical Sciences Building, initially hosting the University's medical, dentistry, chemistry and nursing schools. It was partially funded through a $500,000 grant from the Rockefeller Foundation and is built in the English Renaissance Revival style, making heavy use of Redcliffe brick with Tyndal stone accents. Design work was done by Percy Erskine Nobbs and George Hyde of Montreal, in collaboration with the University's architecture professor, Cecil Burgess.
When it opened, the building doubled the amount of instructional space on campus and provided two full scale lecture halls, flanking both sides of the main entrance. Lack of sufficient lecture spaces in other structures lead to many other programs, not native to the building, to borrow them. The building and has undergone four expansions over it's lifetime; one in 1946, 1947, 1951 and 1958. It is currently slated to undergo a massive renovation and restoration, with many assorted offices moving in to the, now mostly empty building.
is very pleased to present to you this hq_globe feature by @akshay.pictures selected by @loubalad
Stunning multi symmetrical reflection with awesome tones 😍🏆
- Lake Kawa-Gucci-ko -
Ft. @luke_jclark - It's hard not to be "hill areas" around mountains and volcanos... Even though it gets a bit "tyre"-ing😂heading off to France with @georgiaemilyaustin tomorrow for the bank holiday weekend, stay tuned!