How lovely! (I'm wondering why you are choosing to look upwards: the architecture? the students? the professors? on the ground)N.
That Baudelaire really knew something, didn't he?
Wherever I have lived, I have always found a special tree to adopt, so I can watch for the passage of time. Yours is a very handsome specimen Mrs M.
It is indeed impressive. I was expecting to see one of Ali's kids at the top of it.
With a sky so blue, how could you not?
With your eyes to the heavens mind you don't trip over your feet - I know I would :o) If that photo was taken today you're having nicer weather than the grotty miserable drizzle we've had today - one of those days where you actually feel like it's never really got light - sod Christmas, roll on summer
What a fantastic upwards look!I love doing that when I'm in the city as well as the county - its amazing the architecture that you just don't notice due to all the shop fronts
I MUST visit the UK. I've always been told it is always grey but it certainly doesn't look like!Paola
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