February 25, 2009

Where in the campus 2

The answer to Where in the campus 1: This is in a cozy spot (partly hidden) behind the reception of Radcliffe centre and the WBS teaching centre.

This week, these are pics of a Japanese garden (I think) in the campus. The unique thing is that it is located inside a building.

I saw some ducks as well.

japanese garden 01

japanese garden 02

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  1. I really like the Japanese garden, its so peaceful contrasting with the manic bustle of ground floor humanities! I like that you can see it from the cafe too, very restful.

    25 Feb 2009, 20:20

  2. Mike Willis

    I think that’s up at Gibbet Hill. The courtyard next to the cafe/restaurant place in the building that until a few years ago contains the Maths and Statistics departments.

    26 Feb 2009, 12:41

  3. Eleanor wins the prize … ah, the one nice area of Humanities.

    27 Feb 2009, 17:25

  4. Thanks for your comments guys. Yes Peter, Eleanor got it right.

    02 Mar 2009, 01:35

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