I warned you this would happen. Linking up with Jessica for Photography Friday and Aimee for Find Beauty Friday — though this may be stretching the concept of the latter a bit too far. The thing is, in many ways I only just stumbled upon some of these, even though they were taken ages ago. It feels appropriate.
A water lily in the Botanic Gardens in Oxford, England. [ print available here ]
Big shiny yellow signs in Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
Pembroke Street in Oxford. Yellow, orange, same thing, right?
A wall in Oxford. Obviously not that red, but very colorful, which is why I used it for the post banner(s).
Winchester Road in Oxford. I love the tones here. Also, I fully took a photo because I was still vaguely into Supernatural back then. Rifles, though.
A woman reading The Time Machine by H.G. Wells in the Costa Coffee inside Waterstones on Cornmarket Street in Oxford. This is the kind of random creepball picture where I’m like damn, I wish I could find this person and give this photo to them. If a photo like this existed of me, I’d like to have it, you know? But it was a creepball shot, and I never saw her again.
Another side of the bus station in Oxford.
The third floor of the bed and breakfast I stayed at in Brighton.
Somewhere in Oxford.
A column in Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford.
Empty armchairs in the same Costa Coffee in Oxford as the woman above.
A corner of Green Park in London.
The view from a corner of Green Park in London.
A close-up of the girl and boy in the Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens, London.
A duck in Hyde Park. London.
Waiting for a delayed flight in Schiphol Airport.
Green leaves in Oxford.
A window in Brompton Church in London. [ similar print available here ]
A view of the big quad in Christ Church, Oxford.
A white fence in Oxford. [ print available here ]
A seagull atop a lamp in Brighton. [ similar print ]
Street signs in Oxford.
A striped blue and white tent in Oxford. Something related to Open Air Theatre by the Oxford Shakespeare Company — As You Like It specifically.
The fence and coat of arms outside the lawn above. Oxford.
A turquoise door in Oxford. [ print available here ]
Another turquoise door in Oxford.
In other news, I miss England. No one is surprised. I want to move to you, England! Somebody put me up.