Back on Day 20, I took a detail shot of the walkway on either side of the Divinity Quadrangle. I've been meaning to properly introduce a photo of the Divinity School Chapel, Marquand Chapel. This style is a bit of a departure from my usual, but I thought the "landscape" begged a bit more of a "conversational" style.
The Sterling Divinity Quadrangle, sitting at the extreme northern end of Yale's campus and commanding a high site on Prospect Street, is Delano and Aldrich's interpretation of Jefferson's University of Virginia Campus, employing a red-brick Georgian style for buildings around a large lawn. At the head of the lawn and the site's highest point, where Jefferson had located a library, sits the Marquand Chapel.
The Quadrangle was completed in 1932. Architects of Sterling Divinity Quadrangle were Delano & Aldrich, William Adams Delano (1874 â€“ 1960, B.A. 1899, M.A., Honorary, 1939) Restoration and renovation in 2003 by Kliment & Halsband, Robert Kliment (b. 1933, B.A. 1954, M.ARCH, 1959)
Today started with blue skies, which eventually gave way to high cloud cover. Not too dramatic or foreboding, but complementary. With only two more days after this shot, I thought I'd better take it. Looks like we are in for rain Monday and Tuesday.