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An older shot, scaffolding on the righthand side at the moment. Went to Oxford on Sunday for a heritage open day, a chance to look at parts of the older colleges not usually open to the public, which was interesting despite the gloomy weather. A few shots to follow.

comments (14)

  • Frances
  • United States
  • 18 Sep 2013, 02:19
Brilliant architecture shot John! I love the detail in the stonework of these ancient buildings and look forward to seeing more of Oxford. smile
John Prior: More to come Frances, thank you.
Great architectural capture. Gloomy weather goes pretty well with it.
John Prior: Shot at an earlier date, not Sundaysmile
I love round buildings! This is a wonderful building and I like the effect your lens has on the foreground!
John Prior: Yes round buildings feel wonderfully extravagant smile
You've caught the detail in this beautifully John and those cloud create quite an atmosphere.
John Prior: Thanks Sally
  • Chris
  • England
  • 18 Sep 2013, 06:59
A gorgeous sight John: architecture at its noble best
John Prior: Thanks Chris
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 18 Sep 2013, 07:19
We had our Monument Day on Saturday here in the Netherlands, John, which may be similar, since all our nationsal monuments are open free to the public. One day a year...and you have to pick which one you want to go see!

What a FABULOUS shot of this architectural beauty!
John Prior: Thanks Ginnie
  • gutteridge
  • where latitude and attitude meet
  • 18 Sep 2013, 08:34
A classic shot John and you were fortunate with some blue sky.
John Prior: Also not many people around at that time, it is usually busy.
great shot John, oxford has a pretty architectural scene, the gloomy weather adds a nice background to this subject
John Prior: Thank you Rani
great architecture to be seen here in this wonderful light.
John Prior: Thank you Ayush
  • Mary MacADNski
  • Beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada
  • 18 Sep 2013, 11:03
What a gorgeous building. The fisheye again?
John Prior: No an older shot taken with a Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm zoom at 13mm, so a pretty wide angle though.
It is a handsome building and you have done it justice John
John Prior: Thank you Bill
Very nice, John,the wide angle, and sky, adding to it
John Prior: Thank you Frank
Interesting place.
John Prior: Thank you
It's a very fine building isn't it, and surrounded by other very impressive buildings also.
John Prior: Yes indeed Brian, I was fortunate that it was not busy also.

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