Given today has been such a lovely day full of sunshine though with a bit of wind, I decided to go into the Lily House to see which plants in the pond are flowering.
A Dance Festival has been taking place in Oxford over the last week. I happened to be strolling along trying to remember why I’d put my big L lens onto my camera and of course I came across my friend dancing along Turl Street and it finally clicked in my absent minded brain what I was in town for.
Is where on the first Friday of every month, members of the Oxford Flickr Group descend on a Cafe somewhere in Oxford.
This Romano-British burial was found in Oxford University’s Science area in the 1970’s in the front of the natural history museum.
If memory serves me correctly, the old Boathouse was firebombed and this is what was built in it’s place.
It was a very gloomy part of the day (a few hours later the cloud had departed leaving the sun to shine), which means the tower of Nuffield College tends to stand out more.
This time in Oxford University Parks, which does become a bit bleak in the winter. Then in the Spring it starts to burst into life and colour through a variety of different plants.
This is the shop that’s featured in Lewis Carroll’s most famous works. I went for a wonder to the shop after reading an interview my friend…
Spring officially starts for me when the trees in Oxford start to Blossom. It’s a splash of colour that signals the end of the gloomy months, aside from the wet spring weather that pops up.
Oxford is nothing if consistent in one thing in terms of the weather. Dull and wet days in the winter months, which means the long coats and wolly jumpers are out in force.