Friday, July 16, 2010

Why Do I Always Look So Miserable in Churches?

Here are a few more of my Cambridge photos that I thought interesting enough to share:


Here’s me looking incredibly surly in the chapel at Clare College (and no, I don’t know why I look so angry, maybe it had something to do with the awful heat and the odd things it was doing to my hair)


I climbed to the top of a church tower




And here’s me again, still rocking my weird hair (humidity is not my friend)

11 comments:

Sonia said...

Wow, that town is stunning! I miss Europe. : {

Jammer said...

wow those buildings are beautiful!

Happy weekend!!

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Christina said...

I hate humidity too :(
those churches are beautiful!

ergyerg said...

Woww, i like the spirally staircase!
xxxx

julianne. said...

wow! amazing pictures! xxx

Sophia said...

what a beautiful collection of photos! that church (chapel, catherdral?) is amazing! love the detail shot of the spiral stairs

thanks for stopping by!

Jessie said...

Amazing pictures... Your trip looks amazing!!
P.s. I started to watch the tudors. I am really loving it... on season 2. I find myself constantly going only to figure out what is real and what is not! haha


xx
Jessie
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Courtney Erin said...

As a professional historian I should never admit to loving the Tudors but I sort of do -- it's totally ridiculous and mostly totally inaccurate but it does an awesome of capturing the whole soap opera vibe of the period. And that's what got me interested in it in the first place!

Kelly said...

Lovely photos!!


<3 Kelly

Robyn said...

That church tower photo looking down the stairs freaks me out. I'm not even afraid of heights, and I got a little queasy. Beautiful, but scary. :)

Lisa said...

Old churches are so beautiful, they don't make them like they used to.