In May of 2009, I ventured all over the Michigan State University (MSU) in an attempt to photograph every building on campus. Then in August of 2009, I did the same on the campus of Arizona State University (ASU). This resulted in the creation of over 600 unique photos of the various landmarks on the two campuses.
In both cases, I used a Nikon D90 camera, 10.5mm fisheye lens, and geotagging device to capture the sights. Hence, not only are many of the locations on these campuses recorded in high-quality photographs, but they also have complete and accurate location data.
I have made all of the full resolution (12.3 mp), print quality (300 dpi), geotagged MSU Geo Project and ASU Geo Project photos available on Flickr. I encourage people to make use of these images in articles, websites, or any variety of suitable creative works.
The MSU and ASU Geo Project photos are governed under a Creative Commons Attribution license, which means that they can be used as-is or modified, for commercial or non-commercial purposes. The only requirement for use is attribution to the original author. This can be accomplished by crediting my name and URL: John M. Quick (www.johnmquick.com).
Photo by John M. Quick (www.johnmquick.com)