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Professor's Photos Capture 365 Days of Bishop Peak

Graphic communication professor Brian Lawler captured 365 days of Bishop Peak in a photo series inspired by his daily bicycle commute. 

The display, permanently housed in the Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics (No. 180), was revealed Jan. 23 during an evening reception.

Photos were taken every five minutes, every day for a year by Canon digital camera secured atop Kennedy Library. The camera was protected by a weatherproof box and powered by three solar panels and two motorcycle batteries.

Lawler then selected the best image from each day to feature in the series. The images were printed on aluminum panes, creating a display that measures 22 feet wide and 6 feet tall.


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