Picture Perfect – Oxford

Picture Perfect – Oxford

If you’re anything like me, when you go on holiday you take squillions of photos. This was particularly true of my recent trip when I trekked to Everest Base Camp, but my European trips are not far behind when it comes to the unbelievable number of memories I captured.

So …. what I’ve decided is that every so often (I’m not committing to a particular time frame as that never seems to work for me) I’ll be posting a photo or two (or maybe three) from my travels that particularly appeal to me.

To start the ball rolling let’s go to Oxford, with such architecture how can you not want to study there? The atmosphere simply inspires greatness.

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7 Comments

  1. the architecture in Oxford is certainly magnificent. We enjoyed our short visit there a few years ago when we past through on a bus trip – we would have liked to have stayed longer.

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    • I’ve only ever done day trips to Oxford and would love to stay for a few days next time.

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  2. I so agree. How can you not be great when you’re surrounded by such inspiring architecture. Fantastic building shots Pam, love them.

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    • Buildings like that provide great photo opportunities :-)

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  3. Such beautiful buildings, I always try to imagine what it must have been like building them.

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    • They were built in an era when time was not a factor – they would take years, sometimes decades to build some of the great buildings and cathedrals in Britain. Patience was the thing then, to create something beautiful not just as a money spinner which is what todays buildings are all about.

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  4. I study psych/counselling at Edith Cowan University. The buildings there are somewhat less inspiring.

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