Turning onto Science Drive, I encountered the statue of a biology professor named Knut Schmidt-Nielsen and a camel.
This dormitory, not far from Wallace Wade Stadium, includes a clock tower.
Another dormitory section includes parapets and a bell tower. While positioning myself for this shot, someone told me that I was brave wandering around there "dressed like that", referring to my shirt with its Virginia Tech logo. I told him that it was only the fourth time I have done such a thing.
This is Duke's chapel. Years ago, when I asked a Duke alumna which European city they stole it from, she said, "All of them."
Not far from the chapel is a statue of James Buchanan Duke, who left a large endowment to Trinity College, which was later renamed after his father Washington Duke.
This parking lot, full of tailgating tents, is part of Krzyzewskiville, an area named after Duke's highly successful basketball coach. My inner Pole tells me that there should be a dot over the second "z".
After this last pic, it was time to put away the camera and watch the game.