Spring in Oxford

Monday, 20 June 2016

Whilst we all battle the storms and gales that June has brought us so far, it's easy to forget that back in May we had a couple of weeks of glorious sunshine. On one of those weeks, I packed up my bags and headed off to visit my mum in Oxford. I've already posted about our trip to the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Oxford Botanic Garden; but we managed to fit in quite a bit of wandering and a couple of other museums, too. Oxford is undeniably photogenic - winding lanes, blossoming trees, listed buildings everywhere, college halls straight out of Harry Potter and plenty of quaint pastel doorways. As usual, I was armed with my camera and took an inordinate amount of pictures.

FEATURED: Balliol College, Christ Church Cathedral, The Old Music Room, The King's Arms, Bodleian Library, Oxford University Parks, Queen's College


  1. This takes me back. I haven't been to Oxford in ages, but it has such stunning architecture, I love the details you've photographed.

  2. These are absolutely gorgeous photos. I've never been to Oxford but this definitely makes me want to visit!