Feeling drained?

Balliol College, University of Oxford.

gotabelle, Steve-h and 28 more people faved this
  • jatait25 5y

    Hope he sees this dedication. What a lovely idea and clever picture
  • Howard 5y

    Oh, excellently seen again! The ornate fixtures complement the flowers very nicely.
  • Sally 5y

    a beautiful pipe dream
  • JeremyRambles 5y

    Met him and his wife some years ago on a shoot - a charming fellow.

    Love the composition!
  • Maria Yu 5y

    very beautiful comosition with lovely details!
  • Thomas Lieser 5y

    some days...
  • Texas Finn 5y

    The flowers pull the whole composition together. Very, very nice.
    You da man!
  • Waseem Ahmed. 5y

    White Flowers bring a feel of peace and comfort in this otherwise drained photo :)
  • green little monster 5y

    feelings are washed away anyway..........
  • Robert Allen 5y

    Another fantastic, trademark Sir Cam crop!
  • Ben Sharif 5y

    The flowers in the window...emmmm.. I want to know the occupants.
  • gb3 photography 5y

    right up my alley , a shot i wish I had taken , right on
  • LinBow 5y

    Unique composition, I like the detail of the drain pipes and the flowers in the window!
  • Eriko S/VOLAT 5y

    Perfect composition....

    Seen on your photo stream. (?)
  • @petra (away) 5y

    A great composition!
    I love your images both of Cambridge and Oxford.
    I only know the last...
  • Mariam Humayun T 5y

    you can even make pipes look amazing :)
  • blubbla 5y

    The colours of the flower bouqet already went that way :-)
  • helmet13 5y

    absolutely... and it's a classy image! :-)

  • Piers Nye 5y

    up gb3's alley!!?
    no it's not - this is MY alley!!!!
  • ezook 5y

    A poetic setting, very lovely.
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Taken on May 15, 2010
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