University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC

Posted on 1st May 2013 in architecture, explored

Behind my parents house in Prince George is a hill. At the top of that hill is UNBC, the University of Northern British Columbia. When I was a younger resident of PG this university was built, and has since become one of the more respected universities when talking about forestry schooling.

When I take the dog for walks, I like to head up the hill. Naturally as a photographer, I carry my camera with me. On a particularly nice afternoon I took some photographs!

I bet there aren’t too many universities in the world who can say they have regular bear, moose, and deer warnings.

I found particularly interesting the greenhouse. I wish I had gone inside to walk around and take photographs of the pretty flowers! Of all the things I saw, of all the beautiful wood detailing and modern architecture, I was most fascinated with the electrical car plugin center I found. Revolutionary!

University of Northern British Columbia architecture Administration Building

Administration Building

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