Summer in Cambridge
In my last newsletter, I shared photographs of Oxford from a recent research trip. Which got me to thinking that actually, I have so many photographs of Cambridge. I have also taken some short video clips of Cambridge on YouTube here. I am thinking of taking more, as these were taken a while ago - and not edited. Please let me know if this is something you'd be interested in seeing more of.
Newsletters about writing and interviews with writers will come in early September. In this newsletter, I share my photographs of some of my favourite places in Cambridge in the Summer. Summer is my favourite season. I should add that I name-check some places. I am not advertising and take no payment for any place I mention. I just do it, in case it is of interest to others.
If you have never visited Cambridge, these photographs might inspire you to come. And if you used to live here many moons ago, they may help you remember the place fondly. I know my heart belongs to Cambridge, and I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else.
I started (above) with a photo of the biggest chess piece on the board, King’s Chapel. From where I'm taking the photograph, each year the College holds an outside concert called 'Singing on the River', where the Chapel choir sing from punts to a bank of picnickers.