February 11, 2019
On campus, I have probably taken close to over 2,000 photographs throughout my three years at Liberty University. Over time I have discovered a few spots that I like to go to for both the views and the architecture.
The big LU sign on the mountain, have you seen it on Liberty's campus yet? This photograph was taken from that location.
If you want to get to the Monogram, you can take a bus up to Snowflex and walk from there. Or you can drive all the way up to the Monogram when the gate is open.
From the top of the Liberty Snowflex Centre you can see the rest of campus. Inside of the lodge is a great place to hang out and do homework as well! The reason why this is one of my favorite places is because of the Mountain range view from the top. Make sure if you get a chance to go to the top of Snowflex at least once at Liberty!
Some of my favorite Liberty sunsets have been viewed from the Hill Dorms. I lived on the Hill my Freshman year and took this photo in the late spring. The amazing thing about this view is that the mountains, monogram, and the Freedom Tower can all be seen from here.
Located in the center of campus, the Freedom Tower has a great 360 degree view of Liberty University. The tallest structure in Lynchburg with great views of everything on campus and the mountains that surround Liberty. Construction started back in August 2015 and the tower was opened to the public last February. Since then, I have been up to the tower many times to take photos and to show off Liberty's campus to my friends.
The DeMoss Roof is a great place to hang out and get a snapshot of campus life. On warm summer nights, the top of DeMoss can be a great place to hang with friends and watch planes come into the Lynchburg airport.
The College Of Osteopathic Medicine Building
You can see a great outlook view of Liberty University from this location. Plus, the medical building has a few tables outside where you can sit and do homework or hang out.
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