070728.Bath, A Space Practically Designed to Graduate in — in Style

July 28, 2007 at 6:56 PM | Posted in Architecture, Bath, Bath Abbey, Cathedrals and churches, Chisel Marks, Columns, Conservation, somerset, Stained Glass | 12 Comments

…And this is where I intend to graduate. I’m not a dropout, just editing the time in which I actually graduate. Soon I’ll be moving to Ireland so everyone enjoy these pics…


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  1. Very majestic and inspiring.

  2. A lovely parting shot. May the luck of the Irish be with you.

    –steve buser
    New Oleans Daily Photo
    is 100 (posts) today.

  3. awww thats a very wonderful goodbye picture. love the sunset its marvelous.

  4. wow. incredible ceiling, like the underside of a mushroom. farewell young jamez! do keep in touch. i have been uber busy of late. good luck in eire!!

  5. Good travel ;o]

  6. Congratulations on some amazing photographs. The architecture is especially stunning… no wonder also that they especially imported limestone from Bath when building the City Hall in my hometown, Cape Town! Hope you’re having a great time in Ireland…

  7. Thanks Pierre,

    I heard about the Cape Town city hall, which seems amazing considering it doesn’t last all that long. I guess S. Africa has the right conditions. I read a book (Deyan Sudjic, The Edifice Complex: How the Rich and Powerful—and Their Architects—Shape the World, London: Penguin Books, 2005) recently that questioned the claim though–mentioned something like “Cape Town’s city hall is supposedly built of Bath stone.” Either way, if it wasn’t local stone I’m sure it cost the city something.

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  12. Bath rocks – the architecture rocks – the university rocks

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