UTA is a great place to explore, especially if you like taking photos of buildings and architecture, which I do. The sprawling campus has a quirky mixture of buildings, some bulky ones made of bricks from decades ago, while others are sleek, shiny, modern, and new. Parts of the campus are sometimes a ghost town on the weekends, with more squirrels than people, giving it an eerie Twilight Zone vibe.
Here are some photos from a recent trek at UTA.
Older Buildings – bricks
Newer Buildings – glass & steel
Stairs, Bridges, and Lines
Blog post and photos by Jason S. Sullivan, 02-19-23