Sunday, July 10, 2005

stonrehenge 360 Posted by Picasa

harris manchester Posted by Picasa

stonehenge Posted by Picasa

stone henge Posted by Picasa

stone henge Posted by Picasa

My last night in Harris Manchester College

Yes, I cannot believe it. Tomorrow morning I had to say goodbye to Oxford. I hope to come back here for my children's graduation. Who knows?

Today, I finally went to StoneHenge. I had a great tour of Salisbury Cathedral, and Avery. There are layers of history in England. It is extremely fascinating. I tried to get you a 360 degree version of the Stonehenge. I took series of 13 pictures to get you this image. I hope you like it. By the way, there are too many pictures I wanted to upload. I will do it as soon as I can.

I will fly to Spain tomorrow. I do not know internet access but I will try to continue my journal.

One more thing, I forget the name of the roof but there are pretty interesting ones here...

Peace, Melda

Saturday, July 09, 2005

Harris Manchester College

7 picture into one

puntinh Posted by Picasa

punting Posted by Picasa

punting Posted by Picasa

Stitched photos--- one

Here are 6 pictures that I took in the carfax tower and the photo stitch program connected them into one panaromic picture.

a bit closer Posted by Picasa

do you see the gargoyles? Posted by Picasa

Outside the covered market Posted by Picasa

did not tasted them... too special to eat Posted by Picasa

wedding cake Posted by Picasa

never seen such a beautiful pastry! Posted by Picasa

inside the covered market- excellent shopping mall Posted by Picasa

entrance to the covered market Posted by Picasa

inside the oxford museum p1 Posted by Picasa

round about Posted by Picasa

school sign Posted by Picasa

City sign p3-- this is a true cyclist city Posted by Picasa

City signs p2 Posted by Picasa

City Signs p1 Posted by Picasa

Alice in Wonderland- Oxford Museum- p2 Posted by Picasa

Alice in Wonderland- Oxford Museum- p1 Posted by Picasa

Mrs. Beeton said: "a place for everything and everything in its place." Oxford Museum Posted by Picasa