Bill Wardwell (Econ’68) snapped this picture of Tulagi on The Hill at the end of his freshman year in June 1965. “Anyone who ever experienced a FAC [Friday Afternoon Club] with The Astronauts, King Louie and the Laymen or The Moonrakers playing incredible rock ‘n’ roll here will never forget it!” he says.
CU-Boulder environmental studies doctoral candidate Ethan Welty captured this formation of sand ripples amid sparse grassy vegetation in the Erg Zehar dune field, a two-day trek via camel from the road’s end at M’Hamin, Morocco.
One of nearly 7,000 photographs from the CU-Boulder Libraries Ira Wolff Photographic History Collection, this photo’s location is unknown. Do you recognize it?
James Balog (MGeog’77) photographs Adam Lewinter (MechEngr’06) as he surveys the 150-foot-deep Birthday Canyon carved by meltwater in the Greenland Ice Sheet in June 2009.
Ethan Welty, a doctoral student in environmental studies at CU-Boulder, took this shot of Kevin Steffa walking across the Sulphide Glacier below the summit of Mount Shuksan on Sept. 2 in Washington’s North Cascades.
Chris Ryan (Geog, Soc’97) captured these boys playing in Durbar Square in Katmandu, Nepal, in April 2002.
Jeff Diener (EPOBio’92) photographed this hiker exploring “The Wave,” a stunning rock formation on the border of Utah and Arizona.
David Litschel (Art’74) photographed this traditionally dressed Maasai youth watching a herd of cattle in Sinya Private Wildlife Conservancy outside of Arusha in northern Tanzania.
Greg Summers (Econ’70) captured this scene at Sawhill Ponds, five miles east of Boulder, as the sun rose on May 17, 2001.
Kevin Moloney (Jour’87) captured this scene in Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park on the border of Utah and Arizona while on assignment for The New York Times.