Magpie Lane, on the way to the Ashmolean.
A Constable landscape. The Ashmolean has a terrific paintings collection, with many "familiar faces."
It seems there are more bicycles than cars in Oxford.
A picturesque house on the way to Keble College.
I had to visit Keble College, described by Ruskin as "a dinosaur in a fair-isle sweater."
A graceful entrance.
Scriptorum, a shop full of books and treasures.
Oxford has Guerilla Knitters. This yarn-bombed fence surrounds the Radcliffe Camera.
The Camera itself, England's first circular library, finished in 1748.
Scary old academic architecture. I love it.
Oxford's Covered Market has everything you could want: excellent shoes, cat toys, fondant-covered cakes, rhubarb...
Real Tudor architecture rather than the pseudo-Tudor on this side of the pond.
And they also have a Waterstone's! We Bostonians only have our memories.