The day I visited Cambridge was extraordinary. I mean the clouds in the sky were just crazy (but in a good sense:)). Here is the proof.Read More
This university town is really nice. All the old buildings, neatly cut lawns, the river and the atmosphere…words are not enough, here’s the picture of the river:).Read More
It must have been a long time ago when someone planted this ivy-like plant. This only shows that Cambridge has a long and successful history which is visible almost everywhere you look.Read More
This is a little bit unusual for me. I took this shot out of my friend’s kitchen window and it came up quite good:).Read More
I keep using Google+ more and more since I’ve got an invitation. It don’t think it’s better or worse than Facebook but it is definitely different. By the way, if you don’t have an account there and would like one, just leave your e-mail in the comment and I can send you one (but I guess there are so many people on it now that it’s not necessary anymore:)). My profile is here in case you’re interested:).
I have to say I really like Cambridge. I spent there only a day but I just loved the atmosphere, feel and the look of the town. I definitely have to come there again and explore it much more. The King’s College Chapel here in the photo is one of many beautiful places there.Read More
The Outer Hebrides trip actually started in Cambridge and today I have some photos from there. The weather that day was really great as you can see. I wish I had more time to spend there and take more pictures. Maybe next time.Read More