Although today was supposed to be beautiful, it was another gray spring day in England. I have learned to adjust and take pictures in the gray and the fog, and am starting to wonder if I will be able to take pictures in the sunshine.
I call this statue ‘an Angel’, but in all honesty I am not sure what it is meant to be nor can I find any evidence they are actually angels. There are 9 of these statues set on top of the Clarendon Building in the center of Oxford.
The Clarendon Building was built in 1713, originally as the Oxford University Press, but it is currently home to the Victoria County History of Oxfordshire and the Administration office.
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Until tomorrow, good night.