This aerial panorama of The University of Washington was taken during a Washington Huskies football game. Centered is historic Husky Stadium, which was originally opened in 1920 and is now the largest stadium in the Pacific Northwest with a capacity of 72,500. Overlooking Union Bay on scenic Lake Washington to the east and the Olympic Mountains to the west, the stadium is unique in that fans can attend games by boat. The Portage Bay waterway and the nationally ranked University Medical Center are left of the stadium. Hec Edmundson Pavilion, the main campus, and the UW Tower are to the right. Founded in 1861 in Seattle, Washington, it is the oldest public University on the west coast with student enrollment of 42,900. Panorama taken by Christopher Gjevre.