Okay, so I decided, at some point of time, to run away from New York and spend a week in Yale. So far it feels pretty surreal. The whole experience is super Harry-going-to-Hogwarts-like.
I haven't gone for any classes yet, but I'm super super in love with the architecture (interiors especially), here are just some photos first~
(And just to clarify for those who're confused, I'm just dropping in classes for this week only ^^)
Back of the Sheffield Sterling Strathcona building as the sun is setting
The Peabody Museum of Natural History
The Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Sterling Memorial Library's hallway.
*Added info from class. Yale University Library holds over 12 million volumes, the Sterling Memorial Library holds about 4 million. *_*
One of the reading rooms inside the library. I love T_T
Detail from Berkeley College's dining hall. I super loveeee.
And our common room.
Made me feel like I was on a movie set as we chatted into the night. I... I think I've used the word love too many times in this post already... but yeah, I love. ;_;
Also visited the Yale University Art Gallery and Yale Center for British Art, took some pictures with my Lumix, but I forgot to bring the USB cable so I'm waiting for my back up to arrive next week in New York. I think those will be in a later post if I manage to get around to them...
And just a last pic backtracking a few days taken in New York City.
Taken the day before I left for Yale. A collaboration with Arissa for her fashion blog Monoxious.
We fly around so much these days, our only opportunities to hang out are during the times when we're overseas. So we thought, might as well make the most out of them haha.
I truly do adore the light in New York~
On a totally unrelated note, does anyone have a good salon/hairdresser to recommend in NYC? My hair is kinda growing out and I really need to touch up the roots.
I'd always done the colours in Tokyo so I'm not sure if it's easy to achieve the same colours here since Japanese have their own brands and their colour tones. I'm a bit skeptical about a random walk-in, so would really appreciate if someone can introduce a good place (that's hopefully not going to cost toooooo much). Thank you. =D