Hi all, I hope you had a wonderful week. First congrats to Belita on the header. Personally I think this is one of the best photographs I have ever seen. Well done!!
Thanks Benni for a great theme and one of my favourite areas of photography, so much so that it took me ages to weed out the shots I was not going to post!! In the end I found four and I took the liberty of adding a bonus shot simply because it was some of the most unusual architecture I had seen.
Hope you enjoy my choices, have a great weekend!!
La Rochelle Harbour Entrance
La Rochelle was founded during the 10th century and became an important harbour in the 12th century
Bridge Of Sighs
Hertford bridge, popularly known as the Bridge Of Sighs, is a skyway joining two parts of Hertford College, over New College Lane in Oxford England. It's distinctive design makes it a city landmark.
The Bodleian Library
The Bodleian Library is the main research library of the University Of Oxford. It is one of the oldest libraries in Europe, and in Britain is only second in size to the British Library, with over 11 million items.
The Shard Next To Southwark Cathedral
The contrast between the tallest building in the European Union and Southwark Cathedral, on the south bank of the Thames
Bonus Shot: Family Home On River Thames In Oxford With Most Unusual Architectural Style