Cambridge in August 2005
In August 2005, I stayed at Jesus College, Cambridge for a series of IEEE editorial board meetings (I was editor of the Dependability topic area of the IEEE Distributed Systems Online journal at the time). When not working, I decided to have a walk around the town to see what it was like, and ended up taking a fair few photographs.
The photos on this page are mostly taken at either Kings College, Jesus College, or Trinity College - all colleges within Cambridge University, although I also had time for a quick walk along the river. I liked Cambridge; it reminded me of a bigger version of Durham, in many ways.
Jesus College, where I stayed in Cambridge
The Cloisters at Jesus College Cambridge, complete with sculpture
Nevile's Court, at Trinity College Cambridge
The grounds at Trinity College, Cambridge
More sculptures and artwork at the Jesus College cloisters
A horse statue at Jesus College, Cambridge
An ornate gate at Jesus College, Cambridge
The view from my bedroom window, at Jesus College, Cambridge
Punting on the river in Cambridge.
People walking through Trinity College, Cambridge
A view of Trinity College, Cambridge, from its grounds
Some of the architecture of Kings College, Cambridge
People walking past Kings Chapel, in Cambridge
A view of Kings Chapel, in Cambridge
Kings College Front Court Fountain, in Cambridge
Another photo of a punt on the river in Cambridge
Flowers in Trinity College, Cambridge
The Trinity College clock tower, in Cambridge
A stateu of Isaac Newton, in Trinity College, Cambridge
Me, looking weary after the trip. Not sure why this is here!