The campus of UCSD is some of the best modern architecture in San Diego, and I often will just randomly wander the campus capturing all of the lines and angles. Over the past couple of years, I’ve captured a lot of images I really love. There is no real purpose to it other than my own artistic satisfaction, but I will say it has improved my compositional skills with each visit. The other night I randomly clicked on a UCSD location tag on Instagram out of curiosity. It is definitely interesting to see how other artists utilize the campus in their works. One image that struck me was of the Revelle College breezeway between Bonner and Mayer halls. While I feel relatively familiar with the general layout of UCSD visually, I don’t have any of the specific colleges or buildings names’ memorized. So when I first saw a photo of the breezeway I couldn’t think of where that would be on the campus. As it turned out, there was a bit of a pocket of buildings I had somehow explored all around, but never inside. And that’s where the breezeway is. Anyhow, the other day I went back to find the breezeway and photograph it. These were all shot with the Voigtlander 40mm f/1.2 Nokton Aspherical SE, and the Tokina FiRIN 20mm f/2 FE MF manual focus lenses on a Sony A7RIII. I am really enjoying using manual focus lenses on these Sony cameras. There is a sense of accomplishment that I get when creating something with a manual focus lens.