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A shot from the archive... In the back you can see the towers of King's College Chapel.
The courtyard of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, England.
This image was taken in the Old Library Building’s Long Room. (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)
The trinity college was founded in 1592. It contains the largest library in Ireland. The Library is also well known because it is the permanent home of the famous Book of Kells.
Canon EOS, extracted from a single raw file. Unfortunatly I have not been allowed to use my tripod in there.
King's College was founded in 1441 by Henry VI (1421-71) and is one of the 31 colleges in the University of Cambridge. King's has an outstanding academic record and is also world-famous for its Chapel and choir. The Christmas Eve service from King's (A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols) is broadcast to millions around the world.
Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546 as part of the University of Cambridge. Since then Trinity has flourished and grown, and is now a home to around 600 undergraduates, 300 graduates, and over 160 Fellows. Trinity exists to give its members a rewarding, richly resourced, and intellectually inspiring place in which to pursue their education and research. Princes, spies, poets and prime-ministers have all been taught here,
For college i had to reconstruct a foto of a famous photographer. I chose Glen Luchford's Prada advertising.. because it is so macabre
This is the courtyard at New College just off The Mound in Edinburgh.
The architects built this so that you could see the Hub's spire between the buildings. It's not quite central but near enough.
This is a 2 shot exposure merged in Photomatix as the contrasts in lighting were very large and the 6D really struggles to bring out detail in the shadows.
The City College Center for Discovery and Innovation
The City College of New York, Manhattan, NY
May 6, 2015
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The second quadrangle at Jesus college. This part of the college was begun in 1640, the work was interrupted by the Civil war and resumed again in 1676, and it not completely finished until 1712. It's famous the Dutch gables (which is what that type of 'facade topping' is called).
Massey College reflecting on the wall of adjacent Rotman School of Management on the University of Toronto campus. .
Massey College buildings were designed by architect Ron Thom in 1962.
Beautiful college campus in the middle of Dublin
This is an HDR merge of five images taken form a recent trip to Lancing College. I am reluctant to resort to HDR as it is so easy to end up with images that are way too ‘in your face’. However, as a technique it has its uses and its place. I upgraded my Photomatrix Pro licence this week to v6.x because I wanted to have another bash at this. Since I have not had an opportunity to get out and take some fresh photos, I have re-processed some shots from a recent outing. All five frames were taken using my PENTAX K-1 and a Samyang 14mm f/2.8 lens. Each image was developed from RAW using DxO Optics Pro 11 (including some volumetric distortion correction using DxO View Point). The five images were HDR merged using Photomatrix Pro and final edits were performed using Affinity Photo.
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"The 65-metre-long (213 ft) main chamber of the Old Library, the Long Room, was built between 1712 and 1732 and houses 200,000 of the Library's oldest books. The Long Room is measured at almost 65 metres long. After it was first built The Long Room had a flat ceiling, shelving for books only on the lower level, and an open gallery. By the 1850s the room needed to be expanded as the shelves were filled due to the fact that the Library had been given permission to obtain a free copy of every book that had been published in Ireland and Britain. In 1860, The Long Room's roof was raised to accommodate an upper gallery.
The Long Room is lined with marble busts. The marble bust collection was formed when 14 busts from the famous sculptor Pieter Scheemakers were acquired by the college. Many of the busts created are of great philosophers, writers, and men who supported the college. The most popular of all the busts in the collection is of the writer Jonathan Swift. This bust was created by Louis François Roubiliac.
The Long Room also holds one of the last remaining copies of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic. This proclamation was read by Patrick Pearse near the General Post Office on 24 April 1916. Visitors may also view the Trinity College Harp in The Long Room that is the oldest of its kind in Ireland dating back to the 15th century. The harp is made out of oak and willow and includes 29 brass strings." (Wikipedia)
Trinity College (Irish: Coláiste na Tríonóide) is the sole constituent college of the University of Dublin, a research university in Ireland. The college was founded in 1592 as the "mother" of a new university, modelled after the collegiate universities of Oxford and Cambridge, but, unlike these ancient universities, only one college was ever established; as such, the designations "Trinity College" and "University of Dublin" are usually synonymous for practical purposes. It is one of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland, as well as Ireland's oldest university. (Wikipedia)
A view looking at Princethorpe College, Warwickshire.
5th September 2008
A truly beautiful place, the mere sits in the shadow of Framlingham castle in Suffolk. If you visit here, bring some waterproof boots. I made the mistake of crossing the mere in trainers and shorts!
One from this morning as the sun peaked above Kings College.
Sony A58 and Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8
The new Bournville College - now based on the Longbridge Campus.
Makes for some good photography, but I can't say I particularly like this kind of architecture. When it's viewed as a whole, the building just seems an incoherent mishmash of shapes, textures and colours. Just not easy on the eye somehow - not pleasing. I think all architecture should be pleasing to view - this isn't.
A little round window on a service stairs in an Oxford College.
Former women's college, founded in 1890. Located in Millbrook, NY.
This majestic tree stands in front of the New Building of Magdalen College (so called because it's only 280 years old.......).
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St Cuthbert's Chapel, at the former Catholic seminary of Ushaw College, is one of those places that has the power to take your breath away. It was first used in 1884 and formed a focal point within the seminary, which stands in 400 acres of countryside near the village of Ushaw Moor.
The seminary was founded in 1808 by scholars from English College, Douai, who had fled France during the French Revolution. During the early years, those attending the college suffered great hardships in a building that was a work in progress. A lack of funds meant that work on building was slow, many of the windows had not been glazed and there were insufficient funds to heat many of the buildings.
Until 2011, Ushaw College had been the principal Roman Catholic seminary in the north of England, but a lack of vocations ultimately led to it closing in 2011.
Ushaw College is presently home to Durham University's Business School and is maintained by the Ushaw Charitable Trust.
Please note, consent was obtained from Ushaw College to take this photograph. Apart from my own copyright, Ushaw College expressly forbids reproduction of this image without prior permission.
Clare College, University of Cambridge. Flickr failed to upload again today. Emailing it now.
InHolland College, Kop van Zuid, Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, the Netherlands.
A section of the InHolland College by Erick van Egeraat architects. The windows have been treated with golden screen-prints which predominate the glass facades of various volumes. Egeraat also designed the Masterplan and the landscaped courtyard covering its entire area.
Magdalene College (on the left of the picture) sits on the north-west side of the River Cam and was founded in 1428 as a Benedictine hostel. In time it came to be known as Buckingham College before being re-founded in 1542 as the College of St Mary Magdalene.
The College's most famous alumnus is Samuel Pepys, whose papers and books were donated to the college upon his death, and are now housed in the Pepys Building. The College boasts a portrait of the famous diarist by Sir Peter Lely, which hangs in the Hall.
Magdalene's old college buildings are representative of the college's ramshackle growth from a monks' foundation into a centre of education. It is also distinctive in that most of the old buildings are in brick rather than stone (save for the frontage of the Pepys Building).
The Master of the college is Dr Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury.
My best Friends in College ..
Taken & Edite by : AHmed Alkaabi
Woodland 20 x 18 oil on wood panel
Part of my project and exhibition "The Pace of Nature" at the college 5th November - 11th december 2014.