Last week I went to dinner in Harvard Square.
I usually zip through there on my way home from work so it was nice to spend some time walking around.
We were with some friends who hadn't really been to Cambridge before, so jumped at the opportunity to play tour guide and point out everything we could after dinner.
I can't remember the last time I went into Harvard Yard.
And around the corner of the Library, a welcoming golden light was waiting for us amidst the gathering evening darkness.
But stumbling on this light sculpture was magical.
Rows of concentric circles welcome you in to the center, where you're bathed in warm, golden light.
Teresita Fernández has created joy to the center of a busy university campus.
I highly recommend you visit the installation this fall, and suggest doing so in the early evening.
Read more about Teresita Fernández's Harvard Tercentary Theatre here.