Circles, spirals, cavernous spaces, panoramic views, reflections…
And the list could go on! As you will see when you take a look at our photo contest album, the Oxford Photo Walk crowd did a great job capturing the Blavatnik School of Government Studies from all sorts of interesting angles and perspectives. What a building! Although it’s not perhaps everyone’s cup of tea, there’s definitely much to marvel at. The building isn’t usually open to the public, so we were delighted to be able to go along to their open morning last Saturday.
But that was not all! Our photo walk also took in the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter and Illyra Pottery on Walton Street. We are extremely grateful to Katie and her staff for letting us photograph her shop. I think it’s fair to say that we all not only loved her gorgeous pottery, but also the way it was presented: simply, but with every care and attention-to-detail. And of course, let’s not forget her beautiful black and white cat, Lucie Maud!
What do you think?
We’d love to know which are your favourite photos from the walk, so do have a look at our photo contest album, and ‘like’ and comment on the photos. The winner will be announced next Sunday.
All the best,