This is a lovely photo, but it should be correctly labelled as its a picture of the Radcliffe Camera and not the Bodleian Library, which is out of shot behind and to the right of where the photographer was standing. Just fyi :)
very nice night shot.greeting from Jinan,China.
I confirm to you that you have my permission to use my photo image of Convocation House in the Wikipedia article you have posted. I release it to you to use as you wish. Please let me know if there is anything further I need to do.
I followed the link, saw the image on the page, and am happy to allow others to see inside this remarkable room at Oxford University.
I don't know what "CC-BY-SA 3.0" means...but I hope these comments are sufficient for you to have the permission needed.
Yes, I also took some shots on a Sunday morning in and around Broad Street last year, but not anything that rivals your shot for a panoramic view. I find it such a photogenic city - in many ways you just have to open the lens to get a photographic treat, however, you've done far more than that :)
no podre borrar nunca ese dia al llegar a Londres el primer lugar que visite de Europa, cuanta emocion al ver las fotos gracias por difundirlas auque yo tembien las tengo.
Excellent shot Elinda - you waited until your canvass was just right before you applied your paint :)
Hi Paul :)
I totally agree with your sentiments on the architecture: seems that Canberra largely (with the exception of the Nat. Library?) missed out because it was "growing up" too late in currents of architectural trends and has been overly afflicted with monstrosities from the 60s onwards!
I think this sort of architecture is graceful and elegant myself - an image that wouldn't be out of line at all for Canberra I wouldn't have thought? :)