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Artful Photographer Freezes ESC Snowscape in Pre-Thaw Perfection


A winter wonderland, more than 400 acres' worth
A winter wonderland, more than 400 acres’ worth
A wet snowfall clings to tree branches.
A wet snowfall clings to tree branches.
Blue sky gives balance to a striking tableau.
Blue sky gives balance to a striking tableau.
Snow-kissed topiaries uniquely shape the ESC grounds.
Snow-kissed topiaries uniquely shape the ESC grounds.
A splash of Wildcat color brightens the bleakly beautiful landscape.
A splash of Wildcat color brightens the bleakly beautiful landscape.

From Penn College’s School of Natural Resources Management, where Cupid donned a snowsuit Thursday, comes a welcome dose of serenity on a not-quite-weekend workday. In sweet seclusion off Route 15, a short drive “over the mountain” from main campus, the Schneebeli Earth Science Center provides an inspiring view of seasonal splendor before time and traffic sully its quiet grace.
Photos by Carol A. Lugg, coordinator of matriculation and retention, School of Natural Resources Management

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