We are truly enjoying gazing at these photographs – we can’t wait to see what the Department of Geography will upload next! From flickr blog via hyperallergic :
We’re happy to welcome the Department of Geography at the University of California, Berkeley to the Flickr Commons. Formed in 1898, it is one of the most well-known geography departments in the world and the oldest university geography department in the English-speaking world. Through the last century, the department has been a leading center of scholarship, especially in the field of human and cultural geography.
The Department’s Flickr account contains the photography collection of Urbain J. Kinet, a geographer and world traveler. This is the first of many works they intend to post on Flickr as they establish this page as a portal for department associated visual collections.
Read more and check out the collection in full here!
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