The second part of my trip to New York involved leadership training for work approximately 1 hour north of the city. As soon as I got to the campus, I immediately felt calm. The ambiance of campus was completely opposite of what I felt in New York City. I felt like I was rushed every second of every day in the city, even though I didn’t really have anywhere to be. But at Crotonville, the nature sucked me in :)
This tree is the most action I’ve gotten in months. I always like to take the tree-hugger picture. Because, well, I love trees. And they are just so darned comfy to hug!
I don’t know what this is, but apparently I took a picture of it.
This is the white house, where they have a bar, pool, and assorted games. Secretly, though, it’s not so white. It’s more yellow in tone.
This tree is GORGEOUS!
This is the banana boat that we so aptly named during class.
Being the Lighting geeks that we are, we noticed that the fluorescent lamps in the classroom were two different colors! Pinkish and blueish. Thank you, camera, for catching this anomaly.
Some panoramic views of campus OR how Nidhi learned to play with the panoramic settings on her camera.
Another lighting anomaly. Oh, does the horror never end??
Crotonville is an incredible place. I can only hope that one day, I will return.