Friday, September 11, 2009

There are alot of fantastic things to see on the campus of the University of Regina like this building with the giant glass tee pee in the center.

'First Nations University'
(click on photo to enlarge)

16 comments:

zbest said...

I love the wavy lines on that building, does it have something to do with Native Canadians?

Maria said...

Your photos are great this week! love the giant beaver, the parallel contrails, and the awesome building at the university!
A great weekend to you! ~Maria

eileeninmd said...

It is a colorful photo, the green is so green and the sky is so blue.
I love it.

Leif Hagen said...

Quite an architectural design! Smashing!

mountain.mama said...

What a COOL building! That is really unusual architecture. It makes me want to go to school in it.

Anonymous said...

That's the First Nations University fyi. Affiliated with, but not technically the U of R.

Janie said...

Very unique design, and your photo of it is lovely, too.

Aerie-el said...

Gorgeous photo - great 'subject'! The architecture is quite striking.
Happy SWF!

Pagan Sphinx said...

A modern take on the native dwelling, for sure. To my eye, it is in good taste. And what a beautiful, blue sky day. A day like that really compliments the chrome and glass. Great photo as always. :-)

Gina

Denise said...

Fantastic building! Another perfect image from your part of the world. Have a great weekend.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Really beautiful and lovely shot !! I loved the color especially..Great..Unseen Rajasthan

Hilda said...

Absolutely amazing and I love it! The glass teepee looks like it's set against glass cliffs or is standing beside a lake. Wonderful architecture. Kudos to the designer!

magiceye said...

beautiful composition

JOE TODD said...

I enjoy interesting buildings. Thanks for the photo

susieofarabia said...

What a cool building!!! I love that the design incorporates a teepee. It's beautiful.

Anonymous said...

I love this one. But there are so many more lovely buildings. Any more of the university? Thanks, Mom

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