Today at Cambridge

I returned home a few hours ago from Cambridge where I had a day very well spent with Pseudorandom, Scrumps and Kevin, a friend of mine from office. It was good fun with first testing our fortunes with the cold windy weather, going around the University of Cambridge, a good lunch of fish and chips, estimating the floor to ceiling height of the King’s College Chapel, more walking around and then eventually punting.

This is an image (one of my less preferred for the sake of this post) of a corridor from the outside of one of the buildings of one of the Cambridge colleges. A lot more images to come and possibly a blog post encapsulating the salient (and otherwise) features of the Cambridge visit.

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3 responses to “Today at Cambridge

  1. I was here! It was an awesome day! Great photo and I think you meant to write “me wrongly estimating the floor to ceiling height of the King’s College Chapel”! 😛

    🙂 And thanks for the nice comments on some of my pics – much appreciated!

  2. Pingback: A trip to Oxford and the singing dog « Tableaux of Aufidius

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