Oxford to Cambridge by indirect routes

I have been collecting images here and there along the route so far. Some of them will end up in proper posts later on, but I thought I would share a few in the meantime.

Here is our tandem having a rest while we viewed St. James Church in Somerton.


 Some lovely calligraphy which I could only photograph from an angle because if I stood directly in front all that showed was the reflection of a stained glass window on the glass covering the piece.


Beeston admiring a view that reminded him of July in Saskatchewan (but with more up and down). 


The bowl inside the baptismal font in St. Mary Magdalene, Ickleton. Perhaps the vicar is dyslexic?


And, finally, some book related things: the name of the house next to our B&B in Thaxted

 and a business sign in Cambridge.



About Byopia Press

I have been working in the book arts field for more than twenty years, and operating Byopia Press with my husband David since the late 1990s. I began producing artist's books and altered books in 2004.
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2 Responses to Oxford to Cambridge by indirect routes

  1. Beautiful photos! Happy trails! 🙂


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