"Rangeela" at Stanford (Spring colors) - April 2006
Sequel to the fall colors ...
Bees and beautiful flowers mark the arrival of Spring ...
A close-up view of a bee (under the flowers at the center)
Nature's colors provide contrast to the highrise building, Blackwelder
More white flowers near the Graduate Community Center
The two palm trees have been here for less than two years!
But these brighter ones may have been there for a longer time ...
Wild flowers in the median on Campus Drive
A "flower-mode" picture
Flowers seem to adorn Stanford's Computer Science department
Bright red flowers on the way to the Memorial Church
Somewhere on the main quad (heart of Stanford campus) ...
Trees in the inner quad, during evening ...
The Hoover Tower partly hidden by the quad
Beautiful flowers by the side of the road
California poppy (orange) is the state's official flower
More wild flowers by the side of Serra Street
These flowers were very soft and thin
The pigmented leaves contrast with the flowers
Flowers in front of the Escondido Village office
Again, trees in the inner quad, but during morning ...
Beautiful arches adorn Stanford's quad
Auguste Rodin's "Burghers of Calais" (six bronze statues)
The Memorial Church (dedicated in 1903)
Flowers inside main quad
Somewhere in Escondido Village (housing graduate residences)
Flowers, grass, Eucalyptus tree (partly visible), ...
Flowers very close to the church entrance