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Oxford - New College Lane by night
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Had to spend a night in Oxford and the sky was clear - so nothing better to do I went out to shoot some night panoramas. This one is pretty much in the centre of all the Oxford attractions. From the left you can see St. Mary church (illuminated) and the Radcliffe camera in front. Then the outside of the old Bodleian library, the Sheldonian theatre (behind the fence) and the Bridge of Sighs (or Hertford bridge) joining two parts of Hertford college.
Copyright: Bernd Kronmueller
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Uploaded: 14/03/2014
Updated: 04/04/2014
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