What You See Is What You Get. This is a journal blog, an explore-blog, a bit of this and that blog. Sharing where the mood takes me. Perhaps it will take you too.

Me-now-views; Less Speak More Peek

Some of the 'odds and ends' piccies from the sojourn round Cambridge.

Abandoned umbrella, and cap with a tattered paper in the Little St Mary's churchyard.

Gate hall of Corpus Christi College

A pigeon finds rest on a regal cap (King Henry VIII no less!)

The sun starts to lower and brings a gleam to ancient glass.

Door and gate of The Divinity School of St Johns College (not part of the main campus.

...and a rather fantabulous building which houses a branch of Lloyds Bank.

Certainly this has been one of the most photogenic cities I have ever visited!!!  Have any of you been to Cambridge?  It's linky time, so do leave a comment too.  Do please forgive my not 'doing the rounds' today though...am in transit so may not be able to keep up!


  1. I love your photos looks so quaint there :-)

    Have a tanfabulous week & thanks for wafting by ;-)

  2. The silent photo story...
    Have a nice week :-)

  3. Pretty shots - thanks for sharing! :)

  4. Wow, you're right - it's a very photographic city. I would love to visit someday!

  5. Very nice pictures, I really like the 2 first ones. They look as they can tell a full story.
    Have a nice day!

  6. Fun photos. My favorite, the bird on Henry VIII

  7. I do love your part of the world! I'm glad you liked our Perth Kilt Run event! Even virtually!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

  8. Found you on Crafty spices linky, and I'm so glad I stopped by! You're pictures are beautiful! I also blog about my travels and hope you will stop by!

  9. Everything is so romantic! #WW

  10. I would love to visit there! Thanks for sharing!
    Teresa from NanaHood.com

  11. Love the photos. Thanks for sharing.

  12. Just now starting to catch up, Yam. I've really enjoyed your series of posts on Cambridge. I've only visited it three times, always for a reason other than sight-seeing, so sadly had little opportunity to explore. I know the historic centre of Oxford like the back of my my hand,, so it was great to see more of the 'other place'. :-)


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