I want to say things like: Dangerous Curves and the ladies smoking out in front.
But I'll try and give you some good ideas:
Parks Library has some pretty awesome paintings.
There is some cool trees and a stream just east of Hunt/Sheldon.
I always thought that small little swing set on that street triangle just south of sorority circle is cool.
West street over by Thumbs/Deli is a cool little hippy area.
I always thought there was some cool old concrete bomb/concrete looking things in the woods just west of Veenker.
I'd say central campus for sure. Brookside Park would have been a good place, but I'm betting the flood made not not so picturesque. Catt Hall and Morrill Hall would be good. Looking at the MU from across Lake Lavern would be a good shot, especially at night. Other than that, maybe the Marston Water Tower. I agree that the Lago courtyard is one of the best areas.
How about the soccer field and IM fields east of MWL? Right now it's not what you remember. If you could get some of the flood residue clean-up vehicles in the background it might be an interesting contrast.
I hope things like that pop up and can make for some interesting shots. Thats why I enjoy just walking around and seeing what pops up...sometimes make for the best shots.
Well, in that case, stand near an intersection and wait for new students who are texting and/or talking on their phones to walk across the street, oblivious to red lights, don't walk signs and vehicle traffic.
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