SD1M in the 1930s
This is the Oxford University Inorganic Chemistry building, it was built 1954-60 (architects Lanchester & Lodge) but to a pre-war (1939-45) design. Coincidentally the appropriate car came round the corner. For those who complained of lens distortion the original X3F file is included, converted to jpeg, for comparison.
The building reminds me of Whitehaven Mansions, the Hercule Poirot apartment building, very art-deco.
|Mig-17-1 by bbmach|
from Low Pass
|Rotting Gracefully by Mond|
from Natural Decay
|attic by wgjohnston|
from In the attic, or in the basement!
|Ox Bow Aspen by McFrost|
from cell phones - nature photographs