Don’t post another summer throwback. Seriously.
Is your feed feeling a little bland? Still stuck posting summer throwbacks from the cottage? Well, you’ve come to the right place. If you’re looking for the perfect photo to jazz up your feed before winter weather makes it unbearable to even step outside, check out your very own campus. You’d be surprised at how many beautiful spots there are just steps away from school.
Still not convinced? Take a peek at these Insta-worthy shots our web content team came up with:
If you’re at North or Guelph-Humber:
Stroll the trees at the Arb
Could there be a more cliché fall photo? Luckily, at North, we have the Arboretum as our backyard so there are plenty of colourful trees to choose from. Check out the trees by the pond to get yourself the perfect autumn snap.
Grab a seat on the many benches
Candid shots? Yes, please. Grab a seat on the rustic benches when you need a break from classes and get some great pictures too! Colourful trees. Great shots. Need I say more?
Climb the hill to see some amazing views
If you’re down for a little uphill climb, this is the spot for you. Rally up your friends, grab a camera (or steal your friend’s iPhone 11), and enjoy the views atop the Arboretum hill. After you find your angle, take in the fresh air and your much-needed break from reality.
If you’re at Lakeshore:
Frolick in the fields behind campus
The rustling of leaves is definitely a guilty pleasure. Have fun with your friends by frolicking through the leaves on campus, and grab some cute candid shots while you’re at it. #FriendshipGoals am I right?
Explore the trails along Colonel Samuel Smith Park
The trails by Colonel Samuel Smith Park are the place to be for your next photoshoot. The fallen leaves create the best visuals to make your Instagram photos POP. Plus, a hike away from school is the perfect stress reliever that we all desperately need.
Snap a shot by the IGNITE building on a rainy day
Your next photo spot is closer than you’d think. Stop by the IGNITE Building at the K Cottages and grab a picture near the leaves. The rainy weather doesn’t have to put a damper on your photoshoot plans, and it could actually make for a great shot!