DOTD: Check Out This Aerial View Of A Snowy Penn State Campus
Penn State’s campus while snow-covered is one of the most beautiful in the country, but a mere stroll around it doesn’t capture its full essence.
Thanks to freshman Mitchell Lester and his quad-copter, that problem is solved. Lester took his device out during this wintry weekend to get an overhead view of all corners of Penn State’s snow-covered campus, and the results make for a very capable 8:33 distraction of the day.
The video begins over a freshly-covered Beaver Stadium before panning toward the BJC and giving us a 360° view of campus and downtown from 150 feet above the intersection of University and Curtin. It then hits some more pictureseque campus spots like the Law Building and Arboretum. If you’re just here for Old Main shots, skip to 4:29 or 7:35, but make sure to check out the view of West Halls in front of a sunset at 5:28.
Image: Youtube/Mitchell Lester
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