Not exactly my idea of a slum!
I should be so lucky, to live in a slum such as this!
Really, gosh I'm a real sucker for an arch, but I guess it's what lies behind hey Lulu.
cieldequimper - kinda crazy, isn't it?! The names students will think of these days :)Adele - I know! I wonder how the name first started being used...it's just campus-speak now.PerthDailyPhoto - I'm also a sucker for an arch! I realize there are tons of them around, but I haven't shown too many. Might as well start with the 'slums' :)
Ah, but the entrance way is so grand! I guess feeling like royalty isn't good enough? :))
Terrific photograph (of a slum :). It looks pretty English to me and I expect that after the Olympics and all those great shots of London no doubt seen on TV...it will become a more popular place. Well, maybe.(I have just been chasing around the various threads of 'blog talk' we have going....you came to mind today when I was telling my husband about our conversation re cameras. You get great results with the camera you are using (and I should have said that earlier !!!!)
EG CameraGirl - haha, nope, not for these Princeton slummers ;)LOLfromPasa - I think the "London effect" could be a big one! Princeton Uni alumni did rather well at these Olympics :) And thank you for the kind words re: cameras/photos - though you've still convinced me to give that old Lumix a whirl!
Thats the kind of slumming it that I would be happy to do. It does look quite English but the stonework in the walls rather gives it away. Having spent my childhood in an Oxford college I know my older buildings.
Oh, they look so quaint. But I wouldn't like to live in a "slum" either!
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