At Paddington Station, we took train to Oxford City:
In Oxford City, we started from Hythe Bridge Street and this is Institute for Chinese Studies:
"Dominvs Illvminatio Mea" means "God is my light,the lord is my light".
This one was found at Department of Physics.
Delicate flowers in Oxford:
I wonder what the two "S" shaped metal things are for.
Very typical English architecture:
Oxford University Press:
Walking in the street:
Church Warden of St-Giles:
Another side of the church:
The Oratory Church of St Aloysius Gonzaga:
Keble College, in my favorite Neo-Gothic style, and the beautiful red bricks:
As scientists, we would like to pay a visit to the science section of Oxford University, although none of them are in the top sightseeing list.
The department of physics:
School of Chemistry:
Chemical research lab:
University Natural History and Pitt Rivers Museum:
I forgot the name of this building:
St. John's College:
It seems that we spent several hours in St. John's College:
Balliol College :
Saxon tower of St Michael at the Northgate:
Sculpture of St Michael at the Northgate:
A very interesting house located in Ship Street:
Oxford post office:
Christ Church College:
St. Mary the Virgin:
Service in the church starts at six:
How long haven't I used a pen?
Very interesting sign -- we call it "yield" here, don't we? And Londeners use "way out" instead of "exit":
The heaviest snow in eighteen years: