Fall Fever

Within the month of November, Lasers portray the vivid outlooks that surround the Lasell campus through their extraordinary lens. The season of fall is brought to life through a photo gallery that depicts the variation in color that truly justifies why this season was given its name.

Photos were taken by Digitial Editor Ruth Kehinde, Liv Pittsley Fernandes and Krista Roman. 

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The sky is decorated with the hollow and shadowy image of tree branches.
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The evocative leaves wrap itself cozily around Saunders’s house.
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The variation in color on leaves reveals itself in the sunlight.
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A vibrant red of changing autumn outside Health Counselling Center.
Bloom By Krista Roman
These flowers render the striking color of red.
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White boots center itself within the colorful leaf assemblage. 
Bright By Krista Roman
The color pink presents itself within the depths of the flower.
Pathway by the pond By Krista Roman
The tall trees are grounded within the origins of the soil.
Reflection By Krista Roman
The puddle reflects the buildings on the Lasell campus being joined by the variation of viridescent leaves.
Spots By Krista Roman
Daisies unite with one another, blooming in its ivory petals and blonde center.
Sunset By Krista Roman
The sun’s glare presents itself on the pointy branches that have the remaining leaves that still grasp on to its home.
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The intense colors of red and pink blooms within the sky.
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Leaves fall onto the tables and floor, leaving nothing uncovered.

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