Sunday, August 14, 2011

UVA

During our June vacation, we visited the campus of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. We have a beautiful campus here in hometown Morgantown, WV and it wasn't a new venture for Bob and I to walk around a campus with many unique buildings. This campus is older and the history very interesting.

Thomas Jefferson's academical village has smaller structures around an open square of grass and trees connected with covered walkways-the "ideal community of learning" said Jefferson, the father of the University of Virginia.

This layout was inspired by one by Kim Garofolo Neddo on scrapbook.com

4 comments:

misty said...

This is awesome! So eye catching!

Sharon (Fritchey) said...

Amazing layout, Cindy! I love your design and wonderful photos!

KellyCreates said...

Wonderful architecture "theme"! Lovely page, Cindy!

Amy said...

Totally just 'up the road' from me.....about 32 miles is all!