Campus in Bloom: a photo essay

Matheus Kogi Fugita Abrahão, Staff Writer

Despite their small size, flowers are big subjects of study when it comes to photography. They present a variety of shapes, colors, textures and forms, but at the same time they are always overlooked for being common. This photo essay is an alternative way to see campus.

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It is easy to stop and stare at the huge concrete buildings that cannot pass by unnoticed in the landscape, while a colorful flower smaller than the palm of a hand goes unappreciated.

This photo essay is from AWOL’s 31st print edition

Matheus Kogo Fugita Abrahão is a sophomore studying journalism.