Radcliffe Camera Reflections, Oxford
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Buy a framed print of Darrell Godliman’s photograph of the reflection of The Radcliffe Camera from the windows of the Old Bodleian Library, Oxford. The ‘Dreaming Spires’ of Oxford – the description coined by poet Matthew Arnold in 1865 – dominate the skyline of Oxford, and the Radcliffe Camera is the most distinctive of them all. Everywhere the student, the resident or the visitor goes in the city centre, the Camera seems to appear: glimpsed through a gap between buildings down a narrow side street or, as here, reflected in a library window Darrell Godliman is a Photographer based near Oxford and has been taking travel and architectural images for over twenty five years.
Photograph: © Darrell Godliman.