The Debt We Owe
Statue of an American soldier at the memorial war in the cemetary.
Intricate architecture surrounding the dome in the entrance to the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Ornate architecture in the entrance hall leading skywards to the huge domed skylight.
The main staircase at the entrance to the Fitzwilliam Museum. Huge pillars, impressive decor and a large dome skylight. Wow.
One of the art galleries in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
The world is moving, but the door is unmoved.
Clare College Chapel was open for viewing, only a small chapel but nice contrasty colours from the wood and tile.
Clare College Chapel
The domed roof at the entrance to the Clare College Chapel.
Cam and College
St John's College sits behind the arched bridge over the River Cam. Cold and clear morning!
Rows and rows
The neat rows of crosses bend around the central flag and bell in the Cemetery. So many crosses.
at the top of the cemetery was a wall with every name, and statues from each of the armed services. It was a very long wall.
The Cotswold Male Voice Choir were posing outside the American Cemetery, this gentleman proudly displaying his medals.
An Unknown Soldier
Here rests in honored glory A Comrade In Arms known but to God. Poignant cross spotted as we wandered the cemetery.
Thomas D Barnett
A wreath laid at the foot of the cross for Thomas D Barnett.
A lone wreath against a cross deep within the cemetary.
Searching the Skies
The Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory just outside Cambridge silhouetted against a moving cloudscape.
Numerous punts from Scudamore's sit idle along the banks of the River Cam, a college tour has just passed the bridge and a self-hire punt is making a mess of traveling up the river closer to the moored punts.
The largest collection of punts I came across on my morning in Cambridge, Scudamore's sits under the Bridge Street Bridge. Not busy today but there were a fair number of students keen to sell me a trip.
The wooden seats in the moored punts.
The Bridge of Sighs
The famous bridge at St Johns College