The warm colours of summer are captured on McGill's downtown campus at dusk.
Tulips in full bloom in front of the east wing of the Arts Building.
Golden August days welcome students – both old and new – to McGill.
A late summer day on McGill's downtown campus.
The Macdonald Engineering Building is home to the Dean's Office and the Departments of Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
By breaking down physical barriers between scientists, the new McGill Life Sciences Complex will help researchers stay at the cutting edge of medical knowledge and practice.
Macdonald Campus' McEwen Field is home turf to many McGill sports teams, including the Rugby Martlets.
The view from McGill College Avenue looking north toward the Roddick Gates.
The Roslyn Robertson Herb and Scent Garden between Lady Davis House and Hosmer House is lovingly maintained by the Women Associates of McGill.
A bird's-eye view of McGill's downtown campus in full winter splendour.
A view from Mountain Street looking northeast takes in Hosmer House, the McIntyre Medical Building and the Stewart Biology Building.
The Arts Building in twilight.
High on top of McGill's Arts Building, the University's flag flutters against a deep blue sky.
Bicycles blend beautifully into the scenery at the downtown campus.