The sights and sounds of fall in the Pacific Northwest are undeniable.  As the seasons change and we approach the end of the semester, students trade sunny days on the quad for foggy mornings, hot drinks and holiday celebrations.

10282020__gfu1009.jpgAn eerie but beautiful fall morning. 

_gfu8396.jpgUnattended piles of leaves = a fun photo op.

vert_2up.jpgHess Creek Canyon comes alive with color in the fall.

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4up.jpgVibrant yellows, oranges and reds are on full display on the quad in November.

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4up_yellow.jpgAs campus transitions from fall to winter, once lush trees go bare, waiting to come back to life in the spring.
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All photos by Chris Low and Mitchell Henry.
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Chris Low has been the photographer in the Office of Marketing Communications since April 2018. As husband to a nurse and dad to a 7-year-old redhead, he likes to build with LEGOs, get tattooed, and drink tons of coffee. Sometimes, when in better shape, he likes to run long distance races in the forest.

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