The Michigan State University administration building has a rather high moat wall concrete/stone structure that surrounds the base of the building and is at the top of the foundation. The formation also has entrances that appear to be freely used—so we’ll have to assume that this construction was a design feature and not meant to actually deter students! It does serve as a handy place for various creeping vines to do their thing. One fall I was walking on campus and noticed that the vines had berries and the leaves had turned color in preparation for falling to the ground.

©2008 Joseph Yarbrough

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